What is the Systems Approach?
Jackson, S., D. Hitchins, and H. Eisner. 2010. "What is the Systems Approach?" INCOSE Insight. 13(1): 41-43.
This course is considered a primary reference for the following articles:
- Proving a System
- Synthesis of a System
- Systems Analysis Approach
- Systems Approach Applied to Engineered Systems
All three authors are INCOSE Fellows. This article was written as part of an INCOSE Fellows project to describe identified systems engineering (SE) Issues. This article describes how the elements of a system are identified and defined. This article describes how synthesis is a key concept within the Systems Approach methodology. This article describes how proving a system is a key concept within the systems approach methodology.
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