A unifying framework for systems modeling, control systems design, and system operation

@article{Dvorak2005AUF,
  title={A unifying framework for systems modeling, control systems design, and system operation},
  author={Daniel L. Dvorak and Mark B. Indictor and Michel D. Ingham and Robert D. Rasmussen and Margaret V. Stringfellow},
  journal={2005 IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man and Cybernetics},
  year={2005},
  volume={4},
  pages={3648-3653 Vol. 4}
}
Current engineering practice in the analysis and design of large-scale multi-disciplinary control systems is typified by some form of decomposition - whether functional or physical or discipline-based - that enables multiple teams to work in parallel and in relative isolation. Too often, the resulting system after integration is an awkward marriage of different control and data mechanisms with poor end-to-end accountability. System of systems engineering, which faces this problem on a large… CONTINUE READING

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