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|Engineers in industry and science have to be able to successfully plan and conduct (large-scale) projects. For the management of complex, interdisciplinary tasks, different systems engineering methods have been developed within the last decades. Often originating from aerospace projects methods and processes have been developed that can be applied to all fields of industry and science.
This lecture deals with: System Definitions, Mathematical and Conceptual Basics, Modeling and Simulation of Systems, System Optimization by Linear and Dynamic Programming, Evaluation Methods, Basics of Decision Making, System Engineering Management. Furthermore, methods for the planning, controlling and conducting of projects with regard to technology, time and costs are treated.
As exercises, the various methods are illustrated and verified with examples from the aerospace area but also from other fields like common mechanical engineering, transport systems and safety engineering, logistics and organization.
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