Wiley and INCOSE have collaborated to publish a special edition of the journal Systems Engineering, Best Papers of 2019
Each year, the International Council on Systems Engineering (INCOSE) selects a Best Paper award from among the papers published the previous year in Systems Engineering. The Editorial Board considers the papers in this virtual issue to be among the best from those published in 2019.
We congratulate two members from our SERC Collaborators — Dr. Donna Rhodes (MIT) and Dr. Alejandro Salado (Virginia Tech) — for being selected for this special issue:
- Quantification of changeability level for engineering systems – Carl F. Rehn, Sigurd S. Pettersen, Jose J. Garcia, Per O. Brett, Stein O. Erikstad, Bjørn E. Asbjørnslett, Adam M. Ross, Donna H. Rhodes*
- Elemental patterns of verification strategies – Alejandro Salado*, Hanumanthrao Kannan
NOTE: This issue is available online as free-to-read for the next two months.
Additional topics covered within this collection include:
- Designing development processes related to system of systems using a modeling framework
- Decision learning framework for architecture design decisions for complex systems
- Model-based protocol specification
- Network perspectives on assessing system architectures
- Quantification of changeability levels for engineering systems
- External patterns of verification strategies.
ABOUT Systems Engineering:
The journal Systems Engineering aims to publish manuscripts on topics related to the discipline of Systems Engineering. The journal welcomes original submissions on the conceptualization, design, implementation, operation, sustainment, and recycling, reuse, and retirement of technologically enabled systems that satisfy stakeholder needs throughout the lifecycle. This includes products and services in the private sector, as well as defense and public infrastructures and socio-technical systems whose precise boundaries are often challenging to define.