Systems engineering and integration as a foundation for mission engineering
Beam, David F.
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This paper investigates the emerging term mission engineering through the framework of systems engineering and systems integration. Systems engineering concepts, processes, and methodologies are extrapolated for use in conjunction with a systems integration, life-cycle based framework to effect mission engineering. The specific systems engineering concepts of measures of effectiveness, performance and suitability are recommended as foundational to establishing mission-engineering processes to satisfy mission user requirements, and ultimately provide a context for definition of mission engineering.
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