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Mathematical modeling and validation in EO system development

Author: Duncan L Hickman; Moira I Smith; Society of Photo-optical Instrumentation Engineers,
Publisher: Bellingham, Washington : SPIE, 2016.
Series: SPIE spotlight, SL12.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Advances in computers and software tools have fueled the demand for increasingly sophisticated mathematical models and simulators. This Spotlight provides guidance for maximizing the benefits of modeling within a project as the project evolves through its lifecycle. It emphasizes pragmatic advice and guidance based on practical project experience rather than process engineering or modeling theory. The book is  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Duncan L Hickman; Moira I Smith; Society of Photo-optical Instrumentation Engineers,
ISBN: 9781510601727 1510601724
OCLC Number: 936559599
Description: 1 online resource (vi, 40 pages) : illustrations.
Contents: Preface --
1. Introduction: 1.1. Scope and audience; 1.2. Emphasis and approach --
2. Project lifecycle: 2.1. Project context; 2.2. Modeling activities within projects; 2.3. Project requirements and modeling strategy --
3. Modeling techniques: 3.1. Range of modeling approaches; 3.2. Parametric models; 3.3. Image-flow models; 3.4. Other model types; 3.5. Impact on the modeling strategy --
4. Creating a functional design: 4.1. Design approach philosophy; 4.2. Structuring the model design; 4.3. Errors and uncertainties; 4.4. Functional design and the modeling strategy --
5. Model development: 5.1. Introduction and terminology; 5.2. Frameworks for modeling; 5.3. Building a framework; 5.4. Documenting a modeling project; 5.5. Quality considerations; 5.6. Inputs to the modeling strategy --
6. Model testing, verification, and validation: 6.1. Definition and importance; 6.2. Test, verification, and validation in electro-optical systems and product modeling; 6.3. Approaches for achieving a validated model; 6.4. Inputs to the modeling strategy --
7. Toward a coherent modeling strategy: 7.1. Modeling in the context of a product lifecycle; 7.2. Achieving a structured approach; 7.3. Final thoughts --
References.
Series Title: SPIE spotlight, SL12.
Other Titles: Mathematical modeling and validation in electrooptical system development.
Responsibility: Duncan L. Hickman and Moira I. Smith.

Abstract:

Advances in computers and software tools have fueled the demand for increasingly sophisticated mathematical models and simulators. This Spotlight provides guidance for maximizing the benefits of modeling within a project as the project evolves through its lifecycle. It emphasizes pragmatic advice and guidance based on practical project experience rather than process engineering or modeling theory. The book is written for a wide audience, ranging from engineers who need to understand how their modeling work fits into the bigger project picture, to systems engineers and project managers who need to understand how modeling can be used effectively. In terms of project applicability, the text covers a broad spectrum of projects; however, no mathematical or engineering design expertise is required by the reader.

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