System Architecture and Design
This course covers the development of a system architecture and hardware/software system design within the overall systems engineering(SE) process. Major topics include development of an operational concept, functional decomposition, requirements allocation and partitioning, interface definition, inclusion of integrity, reliability, and maintainability within the design concept, validation and verification, technical performance budgeting, quality function deployment techniques, and statistical and linear models.
- Overview & Basic Knowledge
- Overview of Systems Engineering Design Process
- Summary of Process Modeling
- Graphical Modeling Techniques
- Defining the Design Problem
- Decision Analysis for Design Tradeoffs
- Development of a Functional Architecture
- Development of a Physical Architecture
- Development of an Operational Architecture
- Interface Design
- Integration and Qualification
B.S. degree in EE or related field and familiarity with basic statistics and calculus. Our Systems Engineering Principles
course may be taken concurrently.
E-mail Heith Hart or call (443) 692-6599 if you have any questions about this course or if you would like to be added to the interest list.