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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 document was led by INCOSE and developed as collaborative industry wide effort. It includes {{Term|Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) (glossary)|model-based systems engineering}} (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.
 
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 {{Term|Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) (glossary)|model-based systems engineering}} (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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Revision as of 15:00, 24 October 2019

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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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 model-based systems engineeringmodel-based systems engineering (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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