Restricted to SYS E and ENG M grad students. Students in majors other than SYS E and ENG M can contact to the instructor for special permission to register.
Application of decision theory principles and tools to evaluate alternative hardware/software system architectures based on technical design requirements such as mass, reliability, power and life cycles costs. Systems engineering methods are presented with application in defense, aerospace, energy and related domains. Methods for dealing with technical data risk and uncertainty are presented.
3 credits tenative course rotation: Spring