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DESCRIPTION:System engineers use qualitative and quantitative measurements
in their work. The use of quantitative measurements is growing\; however\,
the mathematical rigor behind these measurements is rarely done or presen
ted in the literature. Without the mathematical rigor misleading results c
an occur. System readiness level (SRL) has been introduced as a quantitati
ve measurement to aid in the system engineers and program managers decisio
n-making. The SRL was first developed by Sauser et al [2006] and is contin
uing to be developed and refined\, by Sauser and others. The SRL is define
d as a function of technology readiness level (TRL) and integration readin
ess level (IRL)\, both of which are ordinal ranking numbers. This presenta
tion will discuss five mathematical properties that if adhered to would in
crease the mathematic rigor behind the SRL.
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LOCATION:Virginia\,Fredericksburg\,1 Towne Centre Boulevard
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SUMMARY:Central Virginia Chapter Dinner and Presentation - June 23\, 2021
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X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:System engineers use qualitative and quantitat
ive measurements in their work. The use of quantitative measurements is gr
owing\; however\, the mathematical rigor behind these measurements is rare
ly done or presented in the literature. Without the mathematical rigor mis
leading results can occur. System readiness level (SRL) has been introduce
d as a quantitative measurement to aid in the system engineers and program
managers decision-making. The SRL was first developed by Sauser et al [20
06] and is continuing to be developed and refined\, by Sauser and others.
The SRL is defined as a function of technology readiness level (TRL) and i
ntegration readiness level (IRL)\, both of which are ordinal ranking numbe
rs. This presentation will discuss five mathematical properties that if ad
hered to would increase the mathematic rigor behind the SRL.
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