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Summer 2020 Industrial Engineering and Operations Research E4520 section D01
APPLIED SYSTEMS ENGINEERING
APPLIED SYSTEMS ENGINEERI

Call Number 11989
Points 3
Grading Mode Standard
Approvals Required None
Instructor Ebad Jahangir
Type LECTURE
Course Description Prerequisites: B.S. in Engineering or Applied Sciences; Professional experience recommended; Calculus, Probability and Statistics, Linear Algebra. Introduction to fundamental methods used in Systems Engineering. Rigorous process that translates customer needs into a structured set of specific requirements; synthesizes a system architecture that satisfies those requirements; and allocates them in a physical system, meeting cost, schedule, and performance objectives throughout the product life-cycle. Sophisticated modeling of requirements optimization and dependencies, risk management, probabilistic scenario scheduling, verification matrices, and systems-of-systems constructs are synthesized to define the meta-work flow at the top of every major engineering project.
Web Site Vergil
Subterm 05/26-08/14 (X)
Department Video Network
Enrollment 3 students (99 max) as of 4:38PM Thursday, July 2, 2020
Subject Industrial Engineering and Operations Research
Number E4520
Section D01
Division School of Engineering and Applied Science: Graduate
Open To Columbia Video Network
Campus Video Network
Fee $395 CVN Course Fee
Note VIDEO NETWORK STUDENTS ONLY
Section key 20202IEOR4520ED01

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