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System architecture : strategy and product development for complex systems

Author: Edward Crawley; Bruce Cameron; Daniel Selva
Publisher: Boston : Pearson, [2016] ©2016
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"System architecture is the study of early decision making in complex systems. This text teaches how to capture experience and analysis about early system decisions, and how to choose architectures that meet stakeholder needs, integrate easily, and evolve flexibly. With case studies written by leading practitioners, from hybrid cars to communications networks to aircraft, this text showcases the science and art of  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Edward Crawley; Bruce Cameron; Daniel Selva
ISBN: 9780133975345 0133975347
OCLC Number: 907147354
Description: xiii, 465 pages ; 25 cm
Contents: Foreword --
Preface --
Acknowledgements --
About the authors --
Part 1. System thinking : --
1. Introduction to system architecture --
2. System thinking --
3. Thinking about complex systems --
Part 2. Analysis of system architecture : --
4. Form --
5. Function --
6. System architecture --
7. Solution-neutral function and concepts --
8. From concept to architecture --
Part 3. Creating system architecture : --
9. The role of the architect --
10. Upstream and downstream influences on system architecture --
11. Translating needs into goals --
12. Applying creativity to generating a concept --
13. Decomposition as a tool for managing complexity --
Part 4. Architecture ss decisions : --
14. System architecture as a decision-making process --
15. Reasoning about architectural tradespaces --
16. Formulating and solving system architecture optimization problems --
Appendices --
Chapter problems --
Index.
Responsibility: Edward Crawley, Bruce Cameron, Daniel Selva.

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"System architecture is the study of early decision making in complex systems. This text teaches how to capture experience and analysis about early system decisions, and how to choose architectures that meet stakeholder needs, integrate easily, and evolve flexibly. With case studies written by leading practitioners, from hybrid cars to communications networks to aircraft, this text showcases the science and art of system architecture."--Publisher's website.

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