Difference between revisions of "INCOSE Systems Engineering Vision 2020"

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This reference was developed through INCOSE leadership with broad participation across industry, and serves as a guiding vision for the further development of MBSE and systems modeling.
 
This reference was developed through INCOSE leadership with broad participation across industry, and serves as a guiding vision for the further development of MBSE and systems modeling.
  
This document was led by INCOSE and developed as collaborative industry wide effort. It includes MBSE as a primary component of the systems engineering vision, and was used as a basis for establishing the INCOSE MBSE Initiative, which has contributed signficantly towards advancing the practice of MBSE.
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This document was led by INCOSE and developed as collaborative industry wide effort. It includes [[Acronyms|MBSE]] as a primary component of the systems engineering vision, and was used as a basis for establishing the INCOSE MBSE Initiative, which has contributed signficantly towards advancing the practice of MBSE.
  
 
===What is a Model?===
 
===What is a Model?===

Revision as of 18:36, 31 August 2011

INCOSE Technical Operations. 2007. Systems Engineering Vision 2020, version 2.03. Seattle, WA: International Council on Systems Engineering, Seattle, WA, INCOSE-TP-2004-004-02.

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Representing Systems with Models

This reference was developed through INCOSE leadership with broad participation across industry, and serves as a guiding vision for the further development of MBSE and systems modeling.

This document was led by INCOSE and developed as collaborative industry wide effort. It includes MBSE as a primary component of the systems engineering vision, and was used as a basis for establishing the INCOSE MBSE Initiative, which has contributed signficantly towards advancing the practice of MBSE.

What is a Model?

Types of Models