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Systems Engineering (Wiley Series in Systems Engineering and Management) Hardcover – 16 Sep 1992
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This manual aims to address some of the fundamental considerations associated with the engineering of large scale systems. It examines systems methodology, management and system quality assurance, as well as a variety of systems design approaches, particularly those involving the human factor.
About the Author
Andrew Patrick Sage (August 27, 1933- October 31, 2014) was an American systems engineer and Emeritus Professor and Founding Dean Emeritus at the School of Information Technology and Engineering of the George Mason University. Born in Charleston, South Carolina Sage received his BA in 1955 in Electrical Engineering at The Citadel, The Military College of South Carolina, his MA in 1956 in Electrical Engineering from Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and his PhD also in Electrical Engineering in 1960 at the Purdue University.
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Amazon.com: 1 reviews
Should be titled "Philosophy of Systems Engineering"
12 May 2007 - Published on Amazon.com
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If you are a business academic with lots of time on your hands then this book is for you! But if you are or will be an engineer whose job is building real systems for use in the real world then I believe this book is a waste of your time. The language is needlessly complex. The concepts are vague and philosophical. If you are or will be a systems engineer then your time is valuable. I suggest you look elsewhere.
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