19 September 2001 Solving system integration and interoperability problems using a model reference systems engineering framework
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This paper presents a model-reference systems engineering framework, which is applied on a number of ESC projects. This framework provides an architecture-driven system engineering process supported by a tool kit. This kit is built incrementally using an integrated set of commercial and government developed tools. These tools include project management, systems engineering, military worth-analysis and enterprise collaboration tools. Products developed using these tools enable the specification and visualization of an executable model of the integrated system architecture as it evolves from a low fidelity concept into a high fidelity system model. This enables end users of system products, system designers, and decision-makers; to perform what if analyses on system design alternatives before making costly final system acquisition decisions.
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Mahmoud A. Makhlouf, "Solving system integration and interoperability problems using a model reference systems engineering framework", Proc. SPIE 4367, Enabling Technology for Simulation Science V, (19 September 2001); doi: 10.1117/12.440032; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.440032
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Systems modeling

Data modeling

Process modeling

Systems engineering

Integrated modeling

Reverse modeling

System integration

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