Systems Engineering Theory and Practice (Revised Edition)
Publication time: 2011 Edition Introduction This book takes the decision-making optimization problems in the equipment field as a starting point, systematically introduces the theory and methods of system engineering, and analyzes examples. The book is divided into 9 chapters, of which Chapter 1 establishes the concept of systems engineering. Chapter 2 studies the methods of operations research commonly used in systems engineering. From Chapters 3 to 8, each chapter starts with specific examples experienced by the author, studies and discusses the thinking method and logical process of systems engineering, and strives to simplify the solution of complex problems. Chapter 9 analyzes 11 typical cases. This book can be used as a graduate teaching material for military equipment science, military operations research, combat command, and military logistics. It can also be used by military school teachers, graduate students, and senior undergraduates in related majors, as well as engaged in equipment development demonstration, equipment procurement, and equipment References for personnel working in management and security.
Chapter 1 System and System Engineering 1.1 System Overview 1.1.1 System Concepts 1.1.2 Ancient Chinese System Thoughts 1.1.3 Maturity and Development of System Thoughts 1.1.4 System Features 1.1.5 System Classification 1.2 System Engineering Overview 1.2.1 A Brief History of the Development of System Engineering 1.2.2 Concepts of System Engineering 1.2.3 Concepts of System Engineering 1.2.4 Purpose Engineering System 1.2.5 Relationship between System Engineering and Related Disciplines 1.3 System Engineering Methodology 1.3.1 Concepts of System Engineering Methodology 1.3.2 System Main representatives of engineering methodology 1.3.3 Structure and process of systems engineering methodology 1.3.4 Substructure box of systems engineering methodology 1.3.5 Quantification and optimization problems References Chapter 2 Operations research methods commonly used in systems engineering 2.1 Linear programming 2.1. 1 Proposition of linear programming problem 2.1.2 "Delimited dual algorithm" for linear programming
2.2 Duality problem of linear programming 2.2.1 Duality theory of linear programming 2.2.2 Duality of raw materials and products 2.2.3 Duality of transportation and sales 2.2.4 Duality of critical paths and milestone nodes 2.2.5 Two-person zero-sum game Human duality 2.3 Multi-objective programming problems References Chapter 3. System analysis 3.1 Examples 3.2 Concepts of system analysis 3.3 Elements and steps of system analysis 3.3.1 Elements of system analysis 3.3.2 Problems that should be avoided in system analysis 3.3.3 System analysis References Chapter 4 System prediction 4.1 Example 4.2 Overview of system prediction 4.2.1 Concept of system prediction 4.2.2 Steps of system prediction 4.3 Qualitative prediction method 4.3.1 Subjective probability method 4.3.2 Delphi method 4.3.3 Cross-effect Method 4.3.4 Leading indicator analysis method 4.4 Quantitative prediction method 4.4.1 Smooth prediction method 4.4.2 Regression analysis and prediction method Reference Chapter 5 System model 5.1 Example 5.2 Concept of system model 5.3 Classification of system model 5.4 Characteristics of mathematical model and Classification 5.4.1 Characteristics of mathematical models 5.4.2 Classification of mathematical models 5.4.3 Explanation of classification principles of mathematical models-
5.5 Modeling process 5.5.1 Dialectical relationship during model development 5.5.2 Methodology for the construction of modelling 5.5.3 Nesting of system models 5.5.4 Normalization of modelling processes 5.5.5 A simple example of system model research References Chapter 6 System Simulation 6.1 Examples 6.2 Overview of System Simulation 6.2.1 Classification of System Simulation 6.2.2 The Nature of Simulation 6.2.3 Monte Carlo Method 6.3 System Dynamics Analysis Process References Chapter 7 System Evaluation 7.1 Example 7.2 System Evaluation Overview 7.2.1 Concept of System Evaluation 7.2.2 Steps of System Evaluation 7.3 Index System of System Evaluation 7.3.1 Concept of Evaluation Index System 7.3.2 Process of Establishing System Evaluation Index System 7.3.3 Example Analysis 7.4 Weight of System Evaluation Index 7.5 Acquisition and processing of system evaluation information 7.5.1 Acquisition of system evaluation information 7.5.2 Processing of system evaluation information 7.6 Reference of analytic hierarchy process Chapter 8 System decision 8.1 Example 8.2 Overview of system decision 8.2.1 Concept of system decision 8.2. 2 Decision Tree 8.3 Multi-objective Decision References Chapter 9 System Engineering Case 9.1 "Manhattan" Plan 9.2 "Apollo" Plan 9.3 China Manned Engineering 9.4 9.5 Alaska crude oil transportation issues the automotive industry response to the oil crisis 9.6 "hook" and "spear"
9.7 Urban traffic problems in Changsha 9.8 Technical transformation problems of Hunan Iron and Steel 9.9 The flood that happened once in a hundred years broke the "cripple"
9.10 Predicting the SARS epidemic 9.11 Experience in hospital References