A systems engineering management approach to resource management applicationsThe author presents a program management response to the following question: How can the traditional practice of systems engineering management, including requirements specification, be adapted, enhanced, or modified to build future planning and scheduling systems for effective operations? The systems engineering management process, as traditionally practiced, is examined. Extensible resource management systems are discussed. It is concluded that extensible systems are a partial solution to problems presented by requirements that are incomplete, partially immeasurable, and often dynamic. There are positive indications that resource management systems have been characterized and modeled sufficiently to allow their implementation as extensible systems.
Hornstein, Rhoda Shaller (NASA Office of Space Operations Washington, DC, United States)
August 14, 2013
January 1, 1989
Meeting: IEEE International Conference on Systems Engineering