System-of-Systems Inspired Aircraft Sizing and Airline Resource Allocation via Decomposition

@inproceedings{Mane2007SystemofSystemsIA,
  title={System-of-Systems Inspired Aircraft Sizing and Airline Resource Allocation via Decomposition},
  author={Muharrem Mane and William A. Crossley and Antonius Nusawardhana},
  year={2007}
}
The phrase "system-of-systems" describes a large system of multiple systems, each capable of independent operation, which have been brought together to provide capabilities beyond those of each individual constituent system. Formulating and solving a system-of-systems design problem has become increasingly important in the aerospace and defense industries as customers have begun to ask contractors for broad capabilities and solutions rather than for specific individual systems. Part of a system… CONTINUE READING

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