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INCOSE Technical Data are any technical information developed within INCOSE or under INCOSE auspices, which meets INCOSE standards but are not produced as Technical Products. This includes:

  • Web Site technical information
  • Technical paper information
  • Symposia and other INCOSE groups

To download the files listed below, use the right mouse key (PC) or hold down the mouse button (Mac) to initiate the download dialog (example - "Save Target As" or "Download Link to Disk").

 
 
 
Education and Research Technical Committee (ERTC)
PDF Icon INCOSE SE Terms Glossary (4.0m)   October 1998
    The SE Concepts and Terms WG has compiled a systems engineering glossary excluding jargon terms and non-SE terms. Definitions consist of a single thought, expressed as one sentence.
 
Modeling and Tools Technical Committee (MTTC)
PDF Icon Survey of Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) Methodologies (5.7m)   May 2008
    The purpose of this INCOSE Technical Data report is to provide a cursory description of some of the leading Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) methodologies used in industry today. It is intended that the material described herein provides a direct response to the INCOSE MBSE Roadmap element for a "Catalog of MBSE lifecycle methodologies".

This report describes the result of a MBSE methodology survey only; it is not a methodology assessment. The material contained herein is expected to be reviewed and shared by the INCOSE MBSE Initiative team and its governing leaders. It should be noted that this is a cursory survey and only the top-level synopses of each candidate methodology is described. Detailed descriptions of each can be found in the cited references.
 
Process and Improvement Technical Committee (PITC)
PDF Icon Benchmarking Survey (258k)   1994
    Process and Improvement Technical Committee (PITC)
 
PDF Icon An Identification of Pragmatic Principles (186k)   July 1993
    This document compiles a set of "pragmatic principles" that underlie the practice of systems engineering. The starting point for the exercise was the definition of systems engineering contained in the May 15, 1991 Pre-coordination Draft of Mil-STD-499B Systems Engineering: Systems engineering is an interdisciplinary approach to evolve and verify an integrated and optimally balanced set of product and process designs that satisfy user needs and provide information for management decision making.
 
PDF Icon A Process Description for a New Paradigm in Systems Engineering (491k)   August 1995
    This presentation captures the efforts of the Systems Engineering Process Working Group to define and communicate a new paradigm for SE.
 
PDF Icon Practical Software and Systems Measurement: A Guide for Objective Project Management (4.6m)   March 2003
    This document was developed to help meet today’s management challenges. Practical Software and Systems Measurement
describes how to provide objective information to address project issues by integrating measurement with existing risk management and financial performance management disciplines.

The guidance in Practical Software and Systems Measurement is based on actual measurement experience on government and industry projects. It represents the best practices used by measurement professionals within the software and systems acquisition and engineering communities.
 
Systems Engineering Applications Technical Committee (SEATC)
PDF Icon Framework for the Application of SE to the Commercial Aircraft Domain (479k)   July 2000
    This document is intended to span the gap between Systems Engineering Standards which are not industry specific (which include ISO 15288, EIA 632, and IEEE 1220), and Commercial Air Transport domain guidelines which have generally focused on safety and certification considerations (SAE ARP 4754/4761, DO-178B, and the FAR and JAR regulations).
 
PDF Icon SE Application Profiles (936k)   July 2000
    This Systems Engineering Applications Profiles (SEAP) document introduces the technical activities of INCOSE on the Systems Engineering Applications Technical Committee (SEATC) and the Commercial and Public Interest Working Group (CPIWG). It also discusses the current breadth of systems engineering applications and analyzes individual industry application domains to identify strengths, weaknesses, and use of systems-engineering-related methods and standards.
 
PDF Icon SE Applications Technical Committee Organization Report (293k)   January 2000
    This document introduces the technical activities of INCOSE on the Systems Engineering Applications Technical Committee (SEATC) and all of its working groups and interest groups. It attempts to document the charters, 1-year goals, membership, and products for all of the SEATC working groups and interest groups. This document also proposes future directions for INCOSE’s SEATC.
 
Systems Engineering Initiatives Technical Committee (SEITC)
PDF Icon The Role of Systems Engineering in Combating Terrorism (503k)   April 2003
    The ATIWG convened a special panel at INCOSE 2002 in Las Vegas, NV, using the same name as the title of this paper. Rather than lose the information conveyed during that session, many of the panelists agreed to join their efforts to coauthor this paper and document much of what was said. This paper’s thesis is that the multidisciplinary approach of systems engineering is useful in evaluating terrorist threats, identifying potential target vulnerabilities, and reducing or eradicating international terrorism.
PDF Icon  Presentation delivered at INCOSE 2003 (354k)
 
The Role of Systems Engineering in Combating Terrorism - A Panel Discussion   August 2002
This ATIWG panel was presented at the INCOSE 2002 International Symposium in Las Vegas, Nevada and consisted of the following parts:
  PDF Icon The History of Terrorism and INCOSE's Response to the Events of September 11 (155k)
PDF Icon A Systems Approach to Protecting the U.S. Air Traffic Control System Against Cyber-Terrorism (164k)
PDF Icon A Commercial Airline Pilot's View of the Terrorist Threat (341k)
PDF Icon Military Roles in Response to the Terrorist Threat (261k)
PDF Icon A Practicing Muslim's View of the Terrorist Threat (32k)
PDF Icon The International View of the World Response to the Terrorist Threat (62k)
PDF Icon Anti-Terrorism Simulations and Applications to Intelligence Analysis (197k)
PDF Icon Systems Engineering Approaches to Anti-Terrorism (83k)
 
PDF Icon Systems Engineering Modeling Useful in Combating Terrorism (273k)   April 2003
This paper’s thesis is that the multidisciplinary approach of systems engineering is useful in evaluating the terrorist threats, identifying system vulnerabilities, and reducing or eradicating international terrorism. In addition, the ability to model those events may assist in determining the functional design of the terrorist threat and perhaps permit insight into the physical design as well. The functional design (or modus operandi) is frequently unchanged from one terrorist activity to another, and only physical design changes. This then offers the potential to predict future terrorist acts. The authors are in the process of examining all facets of the issue by applying the multidisciplinary approach of systems engineering to the resolution of this meaningful international issue.
    PDF Icon  Presentation from the INCOSE 2003 International Symposium - Part 1 (42k)
PDF Icon Presentation from the INCOSE 2003 International Symposium - Part 1 (127k)
 
The Role of Systems Engineering in Combating FUTURE Acts of Terrorism - A Panel Discussion   July 2003
This ATIWG panel was presented at the INCOSE 2003 International Symposium in Washington, DC and consisted of the following parts:
  PDF Icon The INCOSE Response to the Terrorist Threat (380k)
PDF Icon Military Roles in Response to the Terrorism Threat (75k)
PDF Icon Impact of Terrorism: Australian Scene (69k)
 
Systems Engineering Management Technical Committee (SEMTC)
PDF Icon Proceedings of the 2001 Seminar on Metrics at the Hampton Roads Area Chapter (10.1m)   October 2001
    This seminar was designed to present working professionals with current, state-of-the-art, and practical solutions to your metrics and measurement problems. This proceedings includes materials for you to increase your awareness of the discipline, tools, and techniques of metrics and measurement and to advance your skills through exposure to the latest methods and some of the best practices in the field of metrics and measurement.
 
Standards Technical Committee (MTTC)
There are no available STC documents at this time.
 
 
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