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Tutorial H06 EMC (Electromagnetic Compatibility) ? An Inseparable Part of 4.2.4 Human-Agent Collaboration: Ontology and Framework for Designing


    Please note the number preceding paper title is an identification number to be used in conjunction

    with the Symposium spiral bound final program, abstract book and CD-ROM. (revised 7/16/02)

    Sunday, 28 July


0800 1700 Tutorial F00 Competitive Systems Engineering: How to Do Systems Engineering in Hot

    Competition. Detailed Pragmatic and Unconventional Techniques

    Thomas Gilb, Result Planning Limited

    1300 1700 Tutorial H00 Systems Engineering Fundamentals

     Cihan H Dagli, University of Missouri-Rolla

    Elliot Axelband, University of Southern California

    Scott Jackson, Boeing / University of Southern California

Monday, 29 July


     Tutorial F01 Maximizing the Systems Aspect of SE

    Brian W. Mar, University of Washington

    Bernard G. Morais, Synergistic Applications, Inc.

     Tutorial F02 Managing Requirements

    Ivy Hooks, Compliance Automation, Inc.

     Tutorial F03 Process Modeling in a Systems Engineering Context

    Tyson R. Browning, Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Company

    Ernst Fricke, CargoLifter Development GmbH

    Herbert Negele, BMW Group

     Tutorial F04 Grand Systems Verification

    Jeff Grady, JOG System Engineering, Inc.

     Tutorial F05 Fault Analysis for Systems Engineers

    Ronald S. Carson, The Boeing Company

     Tutorial F06 OT&E: Validating the Users‟ Need

    Michael Harris, University of South Australia

     Tutorial F08 Requirements & Modeling: A Structured Approach

    James N. Martin, The Aerospace Corporation

    Steven Heidorn, The Aerospace Corporation

     Tutorial F09 Applied Statistical Decision Theory for System Engineering

    Mark Powell, University of Idaho at Idaho Falls

     Tutorial F10 Knowledge Engineering for Systems Engineering

    John Velman, Independent Consultant

     Tutorial F11 System Safety for Systems Engineers

    Mark Ekman, Sandia National Laboratories

    Paul Werner, Sandia National Laboratories


     Tutorial H01 Leveraging Six Sigma In Systems Engineering

    Jeannine M. Siviy, Software Engineering Institute

    M. Lynn Penn, Lockheed Martin Management & Data Systems

     Tutorial H02 Making Systems Engineering Intelligent

    Jack Ring, Innovation Management

    Wayne Wymore, University of Arizona

    Allen Fairbairn, Elipsis Limited

    Rick Dove, Paradigm Shift International

     Tutorial H03 Applying Decision Analysis Techniques to Risky Decisions

    Michael Whitehorne, TRW

    0830 1630 OPTIONAL Academic Forum 1300 1700 OPTIONAL HALF DAY (AFTERNOON) TUTORIALS

     Tutorial H04 Systems Engineering, Architecting and Business Process Reengineering (BPR)

    Howard Eisner, The George Washington University

     Tutorial H05 Systems Engineering: What is the Minimum Set?

    Derk Bol, ADSE BV

     Tutorial H06 EMC (Electromagnetic Compatibility) An Inseparable Part of Electronic System Design


    Eli Recht, Independent EMC Consultant

    Elya B. Joffe, K.T.M. Project Engineering

    Moshe Netzer, RAFAEL

    Tuesday, 30 July

    0700 1700 Symposium Registration

    0730 - 0900 Attendee Continental Breakfast

    Speakers‟/Session Chairs‟ Breakfast 0900 1030 Opening Plenary: Margaret S. (Peg) Billson

    1030 1800 Exhibit Hall Open

    1045 1135 Technical Board Open House

    1135 1230 Lunch in Exhibit Hall

    1230 1435 PAPER SESSION 1

    Track 1, Session 1: Education

     1.1.0 Highlights of the Academic Forum

    W. Wells, University of Nevada, Las Vegas

     1.1.3 Educating Systems Engineers: Encouraging Divergent Thinking

    W. McCumber, C.D. Sloan, EagleRidge Technologies, Inc.

     1.1.4 The „Learn from Experience‟ (LfE) Journey in Systems Engineering

    B. Meakin, B. Wilkinson, BAE Systems, Underwater Weapons Div. UK

     Systems Engineering in COTS-Based Systems 1.1.5L.H. Fan, Adsystech Inc.

    Track 2, Session 1: Analysis & Use Cases

     2.1.1 Systems Engineering Realization of a Market Model

    B. Genz, A. Vollerthun, Technische Universität München

     2.1.2 Use of Constraint Programming Techniques for Systems Pre Design Involving Several

    Technical Fields (Application on an Example of an Aircraft Weapon Delivery and Navigation


    P. Kou, C. Regniez, P. Pagniez, Dassault Aviation

     2.1.3 Functional Analysis for Existing Products: A Detailed Procedure

    V.A. Lentz, B. Lerner, Otis Elevator Company

     2.1.4 Use Case Development Integrated in a System Engineering Environment

    D.K. Smith, EDS PLM Solutions/SLATE Deployment Services

     2.1.5 Does Object-Oriented System Engineering Eliminate the Need for Requirements?

    J. Kasser, UniSA

    Track 3, Session 1: Systems Thinking

     3.1.1 The Case for Systems Management

    H. Mooz, K. Forsberg, Center for Systems Management

     3.1.2 Organizing for Successful System Development

    P. Rosen, University of Maryland University College

     3.1.3 How to Nurture Systems Engineering In-House: A Case Study

    S. Katz, H. Mizrahi, A. Zonnenshain, RAFAEL;

    J.G. Lake, Systems Management international

    3.1.4 Emergence: A Partial History of Systems Thinking

    G. McConnell, BAE SYSTEMS

    3.1.5 Partitioning National Defence into Portfolios

    S. Cook, Systems Engineering and Evaluation Centre

    T. Moon, Defence Science andTechnology Organisation

    L.J. Vencel, VCORP Consulting Pty Ltd.

    Track 4, Session 1: Process: Defense, Evaluation and Test

     4.1.1 Applying Integrated Product and Process Development (IPPD) on the U.S. Army Multi-Role

    Armament and Ammunition System (MRAAS)

    R. D. Moulder, James Gregory Associates, Inc.

    M.V. Cilli, TACOM-ARDEC

     4.1.2 Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Applications and Trends

    S. Raza, University of Maryland University College

     4.1.3 Selection Process for System Design Using Field Programmable Gate Arrays

    C. Mirchandani, Lockheed-Martin Space Operations

     4.1.4 Applications of Conditional Inferential Methods for Operational Cost Savings for US Coast

    Guard C130 Aircraft Maintenance

    M.A. Powell, University of Idaho at Idaho Falls

    E.B. Sheppard, Jr., US Coast Guard

     4.1.5 Development of a Systems Verification, Validation & Testing-Methodology

    A. Vollerthun, Institute of Astronautics, Technical University of Munich

    A. Engel, Israel Aircraft Industries (IAI)

    C. Haskins, Norwegian School of Information Technology

    Track 5, Session 1: Processes: Defense

     5.1.0 Panel: SE Process for a Coalition Integrated Air Picture

     5.1.4 Towards Continuous Integrated Process Improvement

    I.I. Langenberg, Thales Naval Nederland B.V./Business Unit Combat Systems

    J.F.B. Gieskes, University of Twente, School of Management

     5.1.5 A Systems Engineering Methodology for Combat Systems

    R. Merritt, SEEC

    Track 6, Session 1: SE Standards and Applications

     6.1.0 Panel: The Future of Systems Engineering Standards

     6.1.4 Implementing SE and ODM in Railway Projects: Innovating a Conservative Line of Business

    M. H. van der Ploeg, Railinfrabeheer

     6.1.5 Dynamic Interface Management in a Transport Infrastructure Project

    L. Wildenburg, J. van der Laan, ADSE B.b.v. Consultancy & Engineering Service

    P. van Kluenen, Project Organisation HSL-Zuid

    1455 1700 PAPER SESSION 2

    Track 1, Session 2: Education: Training

     1.2.1 Computer Based Training: A Structured Solution Accommodating Diverse Learning


    E.P. Arnold, United Defense, LP

     1.2.2 Better Systems Engineering with Dialogue

    G. Backlund, J. Sjunnesson, I. Johansson, Combitech Systems AB

     1.2.3 A Structured Approach to Developing a Systems Capability

    S. Goodlass, A. Phillipson, BAE SYSTEMS

     1.2.4 Let's Just Think About That for a Minute

    G. Gilmour, General Dynamics Canada

     1.2.5 Capstone Design in Education: Systems Engineering and the West Point Way

    M.J. Kwinn, Jr., E. Pohl, M. McGinnis, B. Carlton, United States Military Academy

    Track 2, Session 2: UML For Systems Engineering

     2.2.0 Panel: UML for SE

     2.2.4 Operational Concepts and the Case for Use Cases: Unifying UML with Systems Engineering

    R. Jorgensen, Rockwell Collins, Inc.

     2.2.5 Analysis of the Rational Unified Process

    J.N. Martin, The Aerospace Corporation

    J. Bedocs, General Dynamics

    Track 3, Session 2: Risk Management

     3.2.0 Panel: Evaluating Your Risk Management Program

     3.2.4 A Project Managers User‟s Guide to Risk-Based Decision Support Products

    B.B. Roberts, D. Frost, Futron Corporation

     3.2.5 A Risk Management Approach for Effective COTS Acquisition and Life Cycle Support

    G. Shaffer, Federal Aviation Administration

    Track 4, Session 2: Applications: Enterprise Systems

     4.2.1 A Case Study in the Replacement of Legacy Systems with an Enterprise Resource Planning


    R. Raynor, New Mexico State University

     4.2.2 Organizational Safety: A Systems Engineering Perspective

    S. Jackson, The Boeing Company

     4.2.3 Systems Engineering Approach for Modeling an Organizational Structure

    G. Rushton, Visteon Corporation

    A. Zakarian, T. Grigoryan, The University of Michigan - Dearborn

     4.2.4 Human-Agent Collaboration: Ontology and Framework for Designing Adaptive Human-Agent

    Collaboration Architectures

    A.M. Madni, W. Lin. C. Madni, Intelligent Systems Technology, Inc.

     4.2.5 Requirements Management by the Numbers: Applying Common Criteria Beyond the INFOSEC


    K.J. Kepchar, J. Yeager-Key, Federal Aviation Administration

    Track 5, Session 2: Process: SE Principles

     5.2.0 Panel: Is SE Evolving Fast Enough?

     5.2.4 FRAT A Basic Framework for Systems Engineering

    B.G. Morais, Synergistic Applications, Inc.

    B.W. Mar, University of Washington

     5.2.5 Toward a Mathematical Theory of Systems Engineering Management

    E. Honour, Honourcode Inc.

    Track 6, Session 2: Applications: Transportation

     6.2.1 The Concepts of Systems Engineering as Practiced by the Wright Brothers

    D. Buede, Stevens Institute of Technology

     6.2.2 Application of Computer Aided Systems Engineering Processes for Korea

     Next-Generation High Speed Railway Train

    I.S. Yoo, Y.W. Park, Ajou University

     6.2.3 Application of Computer-Aided Systems Engineering to Develop Automatic

    Train Control (ATC) System

    J.Y. Lee, Y.W. Park, J.K. Ahn, Ajou University

    W.D. Lee, J.K. Mok, Korea Railroad Research Institute

     6.2.4 Design Centers - Transferring Experience from Astronautics to Aeronautics

    S. Finkel, Technische Universität München

    H. Metzger, M. Wahnfried, Fairchild-Dornier

    M. Wilke, 3D Systems Engineering GmbH

     Supporting Concept Development Using Quantitative Requirements Traceability 6.2.5K. Sutinen, J. Malmqvist, Chalmers University of Technology

    L. Almefelt, Volvo Cars Corp/Chalmes University of Technology

    Wednesday, 31 July

    0700 1700 Symposium Registration

    0700 0815 Attendee Continental Breakfast

    Speakers‟/Session Chairs‟ Breakfast 0815 0900 Plenary Session: Virginia Dunstone

    0900 1000 Poster Session in Exhibit Hall

    0900 1800 Exhibits Open

    1020 1225 PAPER SESSION 3

    Track 1, Session 3

     1.3.0 Virginia Dunstone Workshop

    Track 2, Session 3: Capability Models

     2.3.1 The Impact of CMMI Maturity on Innovation

    D.D. Walden, General Dynamics Advanced Information Systems

     2.3.2 Lessons Learned for Systems Engineering Capability Assessments

    R.B. Wray, Lockheed Martin Naval Electronics & Surveillance Systems

     2.3.3 Measurement for Small Projects

    D.F. Baxter, Distributive Software, Inc.

     2.3.4 Experience with Extending CMMI for Safety Related Applications

    M. Bofinger, N. Robinson, P. Lindsay, Software Verification Research Centre

    A. Pitman, M. Spiers, M. Ashford, Defense Materiel Organisation

     2.3.5 Systems Engineering Beyond Capability Models

    W.W. Schoening, The Boeing Company

    S.A. Sheard, Software Productivity Consortium

    Track 3, Session 3: Requirements Management

     3.3.1 Tools for Requirements Discovery, Creation and Elicitation

    H. J. Heydt, Idaho National Engineering & Environmental Laboratory

     3.3.2 The Communications Requirements Evaluation & Assessment Prototype (CREAP)

    J. Kasser, S. Cook, University of South Australia

     3.3.3 Separating Product and Process Requirements

    C.D. Abadi, T. Bahill, University of Arizona

     3.3.4 Requirements Variability Management

    R. Jorgensen, Rockwell Collins, Inc.

     3.3.5 Specification Types, Principles and Organization

    D.A. Jones, Raytheon Company

    Track 4, Session 3: Innovation

     4.3.1 Innovation and Technology Management

    J.J. Simpson, The Boeing Company

     4.3.2 Can NASA‟s Integrated Product Teams Become “Hot Groups”?

    R. Lovell, United Space Alliance

     4.3.3 Systems Engineering on the Dark Side of the Moon

    D.H. Rhodes, CSG Systems

     4.3.4 NASA Technology Assessment Using Real-Options Valuation

    R. Shishko, G. Fox, D.H. Ebbeler, Caltech/NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory

     4.3.5 A Question of Context Why Manufacturing Cultures Don‟t Understand Systems Engineering

    R.C. Iliff, Independent Consultant

    Track 5, Session 3: Process: SE and the Internet

     5.3.0 Panel: SE & the Internet

     5.3.4 Introducing Innovative Technology in a Contract-Driven Environment

    K.N. Myers, J. Beckley, Lockheed Martin

     5.3.5 Addressing the People Problem ISO/IEC 15288 and the Human-System Life Cycle

    S. Arnold, QinetiQ

    J. Earthy, Lloyd’s Register of Shipping

    B. Sherwood-Jones, Process Contracting, Ltd.

    Track 6, Session 3: Applications: Transportation

     6.3.0 Panel: Role of SE in Intelligent Transportation Systems

    6.3.5 An Implementation of a Process Centred Collaborative Engineering Environment within the

    Satellite Industry

    R. Hartmann, U. Knirsch, Astrium GmbH 1225 1315 Lunch in Exhibit Hall

    1315 1435 Working Group Meetings

    1455 1700 PAPER SESSION 4

    Track 1, Session 4: Education: Curricula

     1.4.1 Application of Systems Engineering Principles in the Creation of a New Master of Science in

    Systems Engineering Degree Program

    R.M. Harwell, SYSTEM Perspectives

     1.4.2 Space System Concept Center, a CDC in an Educational Environment

    M.M. Schiffner, Institute of Astronautics, Technical University at Munich

     1.4.3 Designing a New Airport Using a System Engineering Approach in a Classroom Exercise

    M.W. Ludema, Delft University of Technology

     1.4.4 Combined Research and Curriculum Development in Information-Centric Systems


    M. Austin, J. Baras, N. Kositsyna, University of Maryland

     1.4.5 A Systems Approach to Open-Inquiry Evaluation of Engineering Programmes

    M. Harris, Systems Engineering and Evaluation Centre

    Track 2, Session 4: Capability Models & Metrics

     2.4.1 Integrating Beyond Capability Maturity Models

    L. Ibrahim, Federal Aviation Administration

     2.4.2 New Approach to Generic Attributes

    C. Wells, I-metrics LLC

    L. Ibrahim, Federal Aviation Administration

    L. LaBruyere, TRW

     2.4.3 Verification “Auditability” Can Be “Free”

    J.H. Jones, Optants Documented Decision Support Company (ODDSCO)

     2.4.4 Prediction of Information System Availability in Mission Critical and Business Critical


    M. Hecht, SoHaR Incorporated

     2.4.5 Multistage System Integration

    J.Z. Ben-Asher, M. Tahan, Technion

    Track 3, Session 4: Requirements Challenges

     3.4.0 Panel: The Requirements Swamp: Sifting Out Real Stakeholder Needs

     3.4.5 Were the Ancient Egyptians Systems Engineers? How the Building of Khufu's Great Pyramid

    Satisfies Systems Engineering Axioms

    V. Jacobs, University of Maryland University College

    Track 4, Session 4: Systems Engineering for Business

     4.4.1 Systems Engineering Techniques in Support of Business Improvement

    D. Kemp, J. Cole, UK MOD Warship Support Agency

     4.4.2 From Systems Engineering to Service Engineering

    M. Wieser, Technische Universität München

     4.4.3 It‟s the People that Matter Applying a Systems Engineering Approach to Process


    D. Kemp, UK MOD Warship Support Agency

    E. Carver, BAE SYSTEMS

     4.4.4 E-Business Infrastructure Capability Assessment

    J. Ring, Innovation Management

     4.4.5 Systems Engineering Starting in the Middle of a Program

    J.R. Armstrong, Software Productivity Consortium

    Track 5, Session 4: Process: SE & Technology

     5.4.1 ProACT?: Process-Aware Zero Latency System for Distributed, Collaborative Enterprises

    A.M. Madni, C.C. Madni, Intelligent Systems Technology, Inc.

    J. Salasin, Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency

     5.4.2 Understanding Enterprise Behaviour: A Feasibility Study

    B. Clegg, De Montfort University

    M. Turner, Elipsis Ltd.

     ANSI/IEEE 1471 and Systems Engineering 5.4.3M.W. Maier, The Aerospace Corporation

    D. Emery, The Mitre Corporation

    R. Hilliard, ConsentCache

     5.4.4 Optimizing Distributed Software Architectures for Ground Based Weapon Systems

    Y. LaCerte, Architecture Technology Corporation

     5.4.5 Web-Based Process Documentation Getting Over the “Paper Mentality” Hurdle

    L.D. Pohlmann, Strategics Consulting

    Track 6, Session 4: Applications: Diverse Challenges

     6.4.1 A Case Study of the Near-Catastrophic Mir/Progress 234 Collision with Emphasis on the

    Human Factors/Systems-Level Issues Surrounding this Mishap

    D. Holland, Hollins University

     6.4.2 Anti-Terror Meta-Systems Engineering

    K. Palmer

     6.4.3 Architecting An Engineering Documentation System

    S.A. Recker, The Boeing Company

     6.4.4 Applied Systems Analysis and Fuzzy Optimization to Water Quality Management Problems

    L. Doukas, D. Kildea, J. Sappakitkamjorn, RMIT University

    6.4.5 Knowledge-Based Decision-Support System Design for Water Quality Assessment in

    Distribution Networks

    L. Doukas, H. Zhou, F. Roddick, RMIT University 1800 1900 Symposium Reception in Exhibit Hall

    1900 2130 Symposium Banquet Thursday, 1 August

    0700 1500 Symposium Registration

    0700 0815 Attendee Continental Breakfast

    Speakers‟/Session Chairs‟ Breakfast

    0815 1020 PAPER SESSION 5

    Track 1, Session 5: SE Issues

     1.5.0 Discussion of Dr. Ramo Video Presentation Facilitated by Dr. R. St. Clair

     1.5.3 Epistemological Issues in Representation of Things and Requirements Specification

    T.L.J. Ferris, University of South Australia

     1.5.4 Capability Maturity Model Integration (CMMI) Process Using Unified Modelling Language

    (UML) for Flight Safety Process Modernization at a Major Range Test Facility Base

    R.M. Gonzales, D. Donahe, C. Eubanks, E. Gonzales, Altech Services, Inc.

     1.5.5 Grand Systems Verification

    J.O. Grady, JOG System Engineering, Inc.

    Track 2, Session 5: Modeling and Simulation

     2.5.1 Assessing the Reliability of Socio-Technical Systems

    A. Gregoriades, A. Sutcliffe, J.E. Shin, University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology

     2.5.2 Modeling and Simulation of Military System Architectures Using CORE?

    D. Cropley, University of South Australia

    B. Kirby, Defence Science & Technology Organisation

     2.5.3 Overcoming the Obstacles to Systematic Design Reuse

    R. Cole, Raytheon Systems Company

     2.5.4 Modeling Objectives on Cost: Insight for Practitioners and Academicians

    F.J. Snyder, G. Parnell, W.K. Klimack, United States Military Academy

     2.5.5 A System Theoretical Framework for V & V

    W. Wymore, The University of Arizona

    Track 3, Session 5: Requirements Management

     3.5.1 A Prototype Tool for Improving the Wording of Requirements

    J. Kasser, University of South Australia

     3.5.2 Requirements Engineering with Goal-Driven Use Cases

    R. Kaffenberger, Marconi Communications GmbH Germany

     3.5.3 Product Line Requirements Management

    M. Sutherland, Galactic Solutions Group LLC

     3.5.4 A COTS-Aware Requirements Engineering Process: a Goal- and Agent-Oriented Approach

    K. Cooper, L. Chung, The University of Texas at Dallas

     3.5.5 Integrated Cost/Schedule Risk Analysis

    D.T. Hulett, Hulett & Associates, LLC

    B. Campbell, III, Northrop Grumman Corporation

    Track 4, Session 5: SE Against Terrorism

     4.5.0 Panel: The Role of SE in Combatting Terrorism

    Track 5, Session 5: Process: Architecture

     5.5.1 Architectural Abstractions

    R.W. Jorgensen, I.W. Philpott, Rockwell Collins, Inc.

     5.5.2 A Generic Methodology for Partitioning Product Architectures

    B. Gaso, University of St. Gallen

    C. Whitcomb, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

    E. Igenbergs, A. Schulz, Technical University of Munich

     5.5.3 Enabling Systems Architecture Tradeoffs Using a Systems Integration Framework

    B. Kalathil, D. Moore, C. Huggins, Lockheed Martin Management & Data Systems

     5.5.4 Design of the Concept of a New System, Using ICDM Integrated, Customer Driven,

    Conceptual Design Method

    M.P. Weiss, TECHNION

    A. Zonnenshain, A. Hari, RAFAEL Ltd.

     5.5.5 Systems Engineering with ICDM A Case Study

    J. Herscovitz, A. Hari, RAFAEL

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