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A dynamic systems engineering methodology research study.
|Other titles||Evaluating methodologies, tools, and techniques for applicability to NASA"s systems projects.|
|Statement||prepared by Arthur S. Paul, Tepper L. Gill and Arlene P. Maclin.|
|Series||NASA-CR -- 181319., NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-181319.|
|Contributions||Gill, T. L. 1941-, Maclin, A. P., 1945-, United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.|
|The Physical Object|
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to refer to Study Notes in System Dynamics by Michael R. Goodman, 1 which was used previously in Road Maps. Appendix A contains a Modeling Worksheet to assist the modeler in the conceptualization process.
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on Software Engineering, January () ()This paper examines and proposes an approach to writing software specifications, based on research in systems theory, cognitive psychology, and human-machine interaction.The College of Engineering is also in close proximity to several major research centers including National High Magnetic Field Laboratory, Center for Advanced Power Systems and the Florida Center for Advanced Aero-Propulsion.
Students interested in research opportunities should contact individual faculty members directly.