Systems Engineering, INCOSE's journal, is a primary source of multidisciplinary information for the systems engineering and management of products and services, and processes of all types. Systems engineering activities involve the technologies, processes, and systems management approaches needed for: definition of systems, including identification of user requirements and technological specifications; development of systems, including conceptual architectures, tradeoff of design concepts, configuration management during system development, integration of new systems with legacy systems, and integrated product and process development; and deployment of systems, including operational test and evaluation, maintenance over an extended lifecycle, and reengineering. Modern systems, including both products and services, are often very knowledge intensive, and are found in both the public and private sectors. The journal emphasizes strategic and program management of these, and the information and knowledge base for knowledge principles, knowledge practices, and knowledge perspectives for the engineering of systems. Definitive case studies involving systems engineering practice are especially welcome.
The Journal of Systems Engineering is included in both the INSPEC and COMPENDEX indices.
The Journal is produced four times a year - January, April, July, and October.
Members may access the journal online at the Wiley Interscience site. Hard copy subscriptions to The Journal are available for purchase by INCOSE members either during membership renewal or by e-mailing or phoning the INCOSE Admin Office to request and pay the additional cost to add the hardcopy subscription to your membership.