Slides for Bahill's Lectures
A. Terry Bahill
Department of Systems and
University of Arizona
I do not think that slides are a good handout to accompany a presentation,
so I usually handout a published paper to accompany my lectures.
But so many people have asked me for copies of my slides,
that I have decided to make them available.
Some of these files are large.
They are not necessarily the exact same slides that I present,
because of copyright laws and size considerations.
Works in progress are not here.
Here is a listing of the files that are in this directory in roughly the order in which they are presented in SIE-554a.
What Is Systems Engineering? (25 Mbytes)
Design and Testing of an Illuminance System
The 8 Systems Engineering Documents
Distinguishing between Product and Process
40 years of Systems Engineering at the UofA
The SIMILAR Process
The SIMILAR Process
Comparison of Engineering Design Tools
The Unified Systems Engineering Process Based on UML and SysML
Decision Making and Tradeoff Studies
Tradeoff Studies, Mathematical Analysis
Requirements in Use Cases
Discovering System Requirements
Case Studies and Metrics for Systems Engineering Design
The System Design Process is NP-Complete
part two of Case Studies and Metrics
Sensitivity Analysis a Powerful Validation Tool
Reusability and COTS: a theory paper
The Make-Reuse-Buy Decision
Observable States May be Necessary When Using COTS Products
Principles of Good Design
What Are Levels?
Mappings between models
A Zachman Framework Populated with Baseball Models
Systems Engineering Started in the Middle
CMMI, a Collection of Best Business Practices
Decision Analysis and Resolution
Ameliorating Mistakes in Tradeoff Studies
Sensitivity of the QFD Process
Clairfication of some important Systems Engineering Concepts
Systems Engineering of the Baseball Bat
The Batter Can't Keep His Eye on the Ball
The System Life Cycle
The Perceptual Illusion of the Rising Fastball
The Vertical Sweet Spot of the Bat
What the Batter's Eye Tells the Batter's Brain
Describing Baseball Pitch Movement with Right-Hand Rules
Here is my template for UML use cases
This is not a good place to put it, but I could not think of a better place,
so I put a program written by Tom Rogers that implements the four basic
Wymorian Scoring Functions
I have been told that this program will not work on 64 bit machines.
Here is a good, but light-hearted, book on communications,
both written and oral
The Tongue and Quill
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The last major change was on August 25, 2010.