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SYST 510: System Definition and Cost Modeling

Comprehensive examination of methods and processes for the identification and representation of system requirements. Investigation of the systems acquisition life cycle with emphasis on requirements definition, including functional problem analysis. Examination of the systems engineering definition phase including requirements, problem analysis, definition, and functional economics. Specification of functional and nonfunctional requirements, and associated requirements proto-typing. Functional economic analysis, including the use of prevailing cost estimation models and planning and control of common operating environments. Lecture and group project including creation of requirements and use of cost estimation model.

Total Credit Hours: 3
Semester(s):
Spring 2017
Instructor:
Professor Brouse
Instructor Email:
pbrouse@gmu.edu

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