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Semaine
1
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5 heures pour terminer

Course Welcome & Module 1 (Introduction to Systems and System Life Cycle)

Welcome to 'Introduction to Systems Engineering'! To help you in getting started with this course, we have a course introduction video that will provide you with an overview of the course syllabus.We then begin the course with this introductory module in which we address the nature of systems and the concept of a system life cycle. We identify what is meant when we say that something is a system and we narrow down the very broad definitions to focus on the human-made or modified systems that are our focus in systems engineering. We then look at the broad phases and activities that a system moves through during its life cycle, from early identification of the need for the system, exploration of options, functional design, physical design, detailed design and development, construction and production, utilization and support and then, finally, retirement. To provide greater detail for this module, we recommend (but do not require) that students refer to pages 1-19 of our textbook "Systems Engineering Practice"--see reading on Course Notes and Text Books....
Reading
11 vidéos (Total 69 min), 6 lectures, 2 quiz
Video11 vidéos
Module 1 Introduction57s
Part 17 min
Part 25 min
Part 34 min
Part 45 min
Part 18 min
Part 210 min
Systems Engineering Module 1 Summary (Outro)53s
FEEDBACK: Module 1 Exercises 1 & 29 min
FEEDBACK: Module 1 Extension Exercise5 min
Reading6 lectures
Course Notes and Text Books10 min
Getting Started10 min
Your Instructor and Tutors10 min
Other Useful Resources10 min
Module 1 Exercises 1 and 2 Questions10 min
Module 1 Extension Exercise - Question10 min
Quiz1 exercice pour s'entraîner
Module 1 Quiz 30 min
Semaine
2
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4 heures pour terminer

Systems Engineering and its Relevance and Benefits

In this module, we describe the discipline of systems engineering and outline its relevance and benefits. We introduce what we mean by the ‘systems engineering’ and provide a framework within which we can consider the major processes, activities, and artefacts throughout the remainder of the course. In doing so, it will have become evident to you that the systems engineering approach has a number of advantages, so we then examine in a little more detail the relevance and benefits of systems engineering.To provide greater detail for this module, we recommend (but do not require) that students refer to pages 19-31 of our textbook "Systems Engineering Practice"--see reading on Course Notes and Text Books....
Reading
9 vidéos (Total 63 min), 2 lectures, 2 quiz
Video9 vidéos
Part 15 min
Part 28 min
Part 15 min
Part 28 min
Systems Engineering Module 2 Summary (Outro)34s
FEEDBACK: Module 2 Exercise 114 min
FEEDBACK: Module 2 Exercise 29 min
FEEDBACK: Module 2 Extension Exercise9 min
Reading2 lectures
Module 2 Exercises 1 and 2 Questions10 min
Module 2 Extension Exercise - Question10 min
Quiz1 exercice pour s'entraîner
Module 2 Quiz 20 min
Semaine
3
Heures pour terminer
4 heures pour terminer

Needs and Requirements

Before we look at the various systems engineering activities in more detail in forthcoming modules, in this module we look at what we mean when we refer to the ‘needs’ and ‘requirements’ for a system. We examine the needs and requirements views developed by business management, business operations, and systems designers. We will also consider in this module how we might go about developing a set of requirements—we call that process ‘requirements engineering’. To provide greater detail for this module, we recommend (but do not require) that students refer to pages 43-54 of our textbook "Systems Engineering Practice"--see reading on Course Notes and Text Books....
Reading
8 vidéos (Total 60 min), 2 lectures, 2 quiz
Video8 vidéos
Module 3 Part 17 min
Module 3 Part 211 min
Module 3 Part 313 min
Systems Engineering Module 3 Summary (Outro)39s
FEEDBACK: Module 3 Exercise 17 min
FEEDBACK: Module 3 Exercise 29 min
FEEDBACK: Module 3 Extension Exercise8 min
Reading2 lectures
Module 3 Exercise 1 & 2 Questions10 min
Module 3 Extension Exercise - Question10 min
Quiz1 exercice pour s'entraîner
Module 3 Quiz 30 min
Semaine
4
Heures pour terminer
5 heures pour terminer

Requirements Elicitation and Elaboration

In this module, we explore requirements engineering and the processes by which requirements are elicited and defined formally through a process called elaboration (which involves derivation and decomposition of lower-level requirements from their parent requirements). We also look in this module at some simple requirements engineering tools and illustrate how they might be useful to you. Finally, we examine the notion of traceability, which ensures that we know where each requirement comes from, what requirements are related to it, and what requirements were derived from it. At the end of this module, you should be prepared to attempt the mid-course exam. To provide greater detail for this module, we recommend (but do not require) that students refer to pages 54-73 of our textbook "Systems Engineering Practice"--see reading on Course Notes and Text Books....
Reading
7 vidéos (Total 39 min), 3 lectures, 4 quiz
Video7 vidéos
Module 4 Part 18 min
Module 4 Part 29 min
Systems Engineering Module 4 Summary (Outro)40s
FEEDBACK: Module 4 Exercise 16 min
FEEDBACK: Module 4 Exercise 28 min
FEEDBACK: Module 4 Extension Exercise4 min
Reading3 lectures
Module 4 Exercises 1 & 2 Questions10 min
Module 4 Extension Exercise Question10 min
Practice Exam Instructions10 min
Quiz3 exercices pour s'entraîner
Module 4 Quiz 20 min
Practice Exam20 min
Mid-Course Exam - (Modules 1 -4)s
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Meilleurs avis

par NNNov 12th 2016

This course gives a lot of insights into the SE activities, which we normally don't notice. This would be useful for the system developers as well System Safety engineers to appreciate the system

par HAApr 5th 2018

Excellent course, learned a lot about System Engineering in general and its concepts. Great tutors and excellent real life examples from real life situations. Strongly recommended!

Enseignants

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Dr Mike Ryan

Senior Lecturer
School of Engineering and IT
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Dr Ian Faulconbridge

Industry Fellow
School of Engineering and IT

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