EIN 4517 Systems Engineering (Spring 2012)

Course Goals:

  • To give student basic understanding of systems engineering science.
  • To introduce the student to the basic principles of system modeling.
  • To help student identify the main applications and challenges of systems engineering.
  • To provide the student with basic software knowledge of the system modeling language (sysML) for modeling real world systems.

Topics Covered: Introduction to systems engineering, introduction to sysML, systems modeling, sysML diagrams, modeling requirements, physical systems, interfaces and constraints, process modelling

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ESI 5236 Reliability Engineering (Fall 2011)

Course Goals: Course main goal is to introduce students to the statistical methods that are used in reliability and maintainability engineering. As a graduate course we will focus we will focus more in the mathematical and computational aspects and less in software related topics.

Topics Covered: failure distribution, constant failure rate model, time dependent failure models, reliability of systems, state dependent systems, maintainability.

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