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The System Life Cycle

By John Blyler, Affiliate Professor, PSU   A life cycle is the series of stages that a system passes through during its lifetime.  Ideally, these stages are sequential, starting with the conception of the system, continuing through the design, development, integration, and operation, and ending, finally, with its phaseout. In practice, most phases overlap one another, with the next phase ... Read More »

Compare IP, Systems and Software Failures

Companies fail to reuse their internal IP for reasons well-known to the software and systems engineering domains. A few months ago, IP- Extreme’s CEO Warren Savage shared his list of the top ten reasons for failures of EDA and semiconductor companies to reuse their internal intellectual property (IP). Savage compiled the list from his own lengthy experience in the creation ... Read More »

Model Driven Systems Engineering – Second Annual Forum

Second Annual Portland State Univ. (PSU) Systems Engineering Forum Friday, Sept 13, 2013 9am to 5pm Portland State University, Engineering Building Description: Today’s development environments are driving the adoption of systems engineering modeling, and in turn the use of modeling is changing the way systems engineering is performed. The complexity of engineered systems is revealed by the wide range of models employed during ... Read More »