Connections in System of Systems
Osmundson, John S.
Langford, Gary O.
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Systems of systems are becoming more important in today’s global endeavors. In this paper use of model-based systems engineering is examined from the viewpoint of understanding connections, that is the transfer of items between system of systems. The conclusion is that systems engineering models must include executable models in order to best understand the effects of transfer of items in system of systems.
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