Topical Collection "Systems Engineering"
A topical collection in Systems (ISSN 2079-8954).
Dr. Vladimír Bureš
Basically, Systems Engineering (SE) can be perceived in two ways:
- SE represents a trans-disciplinary endeavour enabling a shift of methods, tools, procedures or techniques applied in downstream engineering realms at a higher level of abstraction. In this way, isomorphism of engineering activities in all domains can be emphasised and serve as a basis for further development in particular fields.
- SE is a practical discipline bringing many downstream engineering disciplines together which cooperation, orchestration and synchronisation is required to design, develop and implement solutions to hard and complex problems that remain beyond the reach of any one single discipline.
Systems Engineering Vision 2025 published by the International Council on Systems Engineering highlights various imperatives related to successful development of SE and its community. It is necessary to expand application of SE across various domains, include aspects associated with soft, social or natural systems, build theoretical foundations for SE or advance tools and methods to address complex issues. To continue the momentum of contemporary development, this collection aims at publication of the novel and original research articles that deal with any aspect of the two aforementioned approaches to SE, from cradle to grave, from system design to its disposal.
Dr. Vladimír Bureš
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