Coming to Grips with Measures of Effectiveness

  title={Coming to Grips with Measures of Effectiveness},
  author={Noel Sproles},
  • Noel Sproles
  • Published 1994
Although “Measures of Effectiveness” (MOEs) are referred to in systems engineering documents such as EIA/IS-632, there is no universally accepted meaning for the term. This paper provides an overview of this important topic by suggesting a definition of MOEs. The role of MOEs as the standards for identifying successful solutions is examined. They are shown to be “mission” or “purpose” oriented and not concerned with the internal details of the solutions per se. A clear distinction is drawn… CONTINUE READING
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