|1||Course Introduction; What is Systems Engineering?||Argyris, Chris. "Teaching Smart People How to Learn." Harvard Business Review (May-June 1991): 3-16.
Schön, Donald A. Notes from The Reflective Practitioner. Ashgate Publishing, 1994. ISBN: 1-85742-319-4.
|2||INCOSE Model of SE; RCI Model of SE
RCI Systems Engineering Process
|Clausing, Don, Elliot Axelband, and R. B. Campbell. "Advances in Commercial Product Development Lessons for INCOSE Systems Engineering." INCOSE INSIGHT (Fall 1999): 50-53.
International Council on Systems Engineering. "Systems Engineering Overview." Chapter 2 in INCOSE Systems Engineering Handbook. Version 2a. June 2004. pp. 19-29.
International Council on Systems Engineering. "Systems Engineering Overview." Chapter 4 in INCOSE Systems Engineering Handbook. Version 2a. June 2004. pp. 27-34.
|3||Lean Thinking; Set-Based Design||Stanke, Alexis, and Earll Murman. "A Framework for Achieving Lifecycle Value In Aerospace Product Development." 2002 International Council of Aeronautical Sciences Congress.
Ward, Allen, Jeffrey K. Liker, John J. Cristiano, and Durward K. Sobek II. "The Second Toyota Paradox: How Delaying Decisions Can Make Better Cars Faster." Sloan Management Review (Spring 1995): 43-61.
Womack, James P.. "Lean Thinking versus Muda." In Lean Thinking. New York: Free Press, 2003. pp. 15-28. ISBN: 0743249275.
|4||Axiomatic Design; Decision-Based Design; Summary of Frameworks Phase||Hirschi, N. W., and D. D. Frey. "Cognition and Complexity: An Experiment on the Effect of Coupling in Parameter Design." Research in Engineering Design 13, no. 3 (2002): 123–131.
Gerd, Gigerenzer, and Peter M. Todd (corresponding author). "Bounding Rationality to the World." Journal of Economic Psychology 24 (2003): 143–165.
Hazerlrigg, G. A. "An Axiomatic Framework for Engineering Design." National Science Foundation. Journal of Mechanical Design 121 (September 1999): 342-347.
Suh, Nam P. "Axiomatic Design Theory for Systems." Research in Engineering Design 10 (1998): 189–209.
|5||Exam 1||Brooks, Jr., Frederick P. "No Silver Bullet: Essence and Accidents of Software Engineering." Computer Magazine (April 1987).|
|6||Quality Function Deployment||Hauser, John R., and Don Clausing. "The House of Quality." Harvard Business Review (May-June 1998): 63-73.
Griffin, Abbie. "Evaluating Development Processes: QFD As An Example." MSI Report Summary. Report no. 91-121.
Olewnik, Andrew T., and Kemper E. Lewis. "On Validating Design Decision Methodologies." Proceedings of ASME 2003 Design Engineering Technical Conferences and Computers and Information in Engineering Conference, Chicago, IL, September 2-6, 2003.
|7||Pugh Concept Selection; Controlled Convergence||Pugh, Stuart. "Design Core: Conceptual Design." In Total Design. Addison-Wesley Longman: 1991. pp. 74-99. ISBN: 0-201-41639-5.|
|9||Critical Parameter Management and Error Budgeting|| Creveling, Clyde M., Jeffrey Lee Slutsky, and David Antis. "The Architecture of the Critical Parameter Management Process." In Design for Six Sigma in Technology and Product Development. Prentice Hall, 2002. pp. 257-263. ISBN: 0-13-009223-1.
Frey, Daniel D. "Error Budgeting."
|10||Design of Experiments||Box, George E. P., and Patrick Y. T. Liu. "Statistics as a Catalyst to Learning by Scientific Method Part I—An Example." Journal of Quality Technology 31, no. 1 (January 1999): 1-15.
Box, George E. P. "Statistics as a Catalyst to Learning by Scientific Method Part II—A Discussion." Journal of Quality Technology 31, no. 1 (January 1999): 16-29.
Frey, Daniel D., Fredrik Engelhardt, and Edward M. Greitzer. "A Role for "One-Factor-At-A-Time" Experimentation in Parameter Design." Research in Engineering Design 14 (2003): 65–74.
Thomke, Stefan. "Enlightened Experimentation: The New Imperative for Innovation." Harvard Business Review (February 2001): 66-75.
|11||Design of Experiments (cont.)
|deWeck, Olivier L., and Marshall B. Jones. "Isoperformance: Analysis and Design of Complexity Systems with Known or Desired Outcomes." INCOSE 2004 - 14th Annual International Symposium Proceedings, Toulouse, France, June 21-24, 2004.|
|12||Physics Based Modeling||Hazelrigg, G. A. "On the Role and Use of Mathematical Models of Engineering Design." National Science Foundation. Journal of Mechanical Design 121 (September 1999): 336-341. Arlington, VA.
Senin, Nicola, David R. Wallace, and Nicolas Borland. "Distributed Object-Based Modeling in Design Simulation Marketplace." Journal of Mechanical Design 125 (March 2003): 2-13.
|13||Robust Design||Taguchi, Genichi, and Don Clausing. "Robust Quality." Harvard Business Review (January-February 1990): 64-75.
Ulrich, K. T., and S. D. Eppinger. "Robust Design." Chapter 13 in Product Design and Development. 3rd ed. New York: McGraw-Hill, 2003.
|14||Extreme Programming||Beck, Kent. "Embracing Change with Extreme Programming." IEEE Computer 32, no. 10 (October 1999): 70-77.
Williams, Laurie, Robert R. Kessler, Ward Cunningham, and Ron Jeffries. "Strengthening the Case for Pair Programming." IEEE Software (July-August 2000): 19-25.
|16||Aircraft Engines (GE)
|GE Transportation Aircraft Engines|
|17||Work on Aircraft Engines Assignment
|18||NORAD Command and Control (Mitre)|
|20||Course Summary; Feedback|