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Systems Engineering Body of Knowledge

knowledge.pngOn Friday, April 26, SEBoK version 1.1 was released at www.sebokwiki.org.  This is the first minor update of the SEBoK and the first release under a new governance structure.

 

There are 7 parts to the document covering Systems engineering  -- an interdisciplinary approach and means to enable the realization of successful systems.

 

Many of the universities in the Dallas area have been increasing the number of courses and degrees focused on Systems Engineering (for example: UTD, SMU). Even though systems engineering concepts have been around for decades, it seems to be undergoing a significant resurgence.

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Mark Perry | ‎04-30-2013 06:31 AM

Excellent. I see this as a really important body of knowledge to support and underpin the topic (art & science) of Enterprise Architecture.

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