|Okon, Walt, Computer Engineering - Distinction between Architecture and Systems Engineering 12 September 2006||Systems
Engineering is an interdisciplinary approach and means to enable the
realization of successful systems. An architecture description is
a formal description of a system, organized in a way that supports
reasoning about the structural properties of the system.
Walt, Computer Engineering
To reflect upon lessons learned from your Executive Leadership Development Program (ELDP) action research project and report insights to the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) and George Washington University (GWU).
|Okon, Walt, Computer Engineering - System Engineering Presentation, www.waltokon.com, 12 February 2004. This was a group effort with Hossana Aberra, Umair Bashir, Mark Dugroo, Daniel Feliciano, Daila Kalns-Hughes, and Rasoul Zakeriniasar||Systems Engineering is an interdisciplinary approach and means to enable the realization of successful systems. It focuses on defining customer needs and required functionality early in the development cycle, documenting requirements, then proceeding with design synthesis and system validation while considering the complete problem.|
|Okon, Walt, Computer Engineering - Software Reengineering and Quality Management, www.waltokon.com, 11 December 2002|
|Okon, Walt, Computer Engineering - Software Development in a Quality Work Environment, www.waltokon.com, 04 December 2002||This paper to provide background on Software Development as it functions in the Work Environment. The paper discusses Software Development effectiveness in the context of flourishing in a Quality Work Environment.|
|Okon, Walt, Computer Engineering - Comparison of QFD, Six Sigma, and ISO 9000, www.waltokon.com, 04 October 2002||This is a comparison of QFD, Six Sigma, and ISO 9000 as they relate to Process, Measurement, and Customer Satisfaction.|
|Okon, Walt, Computer Engineering - Electronic Business Architecture Version 4.0, www.waltokon.com, 18 September 2002||When engineers develop Architectures of the past, they are dated and become shelf ware as soon as it is printed. The challenge for the Department of Defense (DoD) is to create a “living” on-line DoD EB Architecture that has the capability of providing system design.|
|Okon, Walt, Computer Engineering - Three Approaches To Software Development, www.waltokon.com, 16 September 2002||This paper discusses the three approaches to Software Development; Evolutionary Development, The Spiral Life Cycle and Emergent Properties, and The Capability Maturity Model (Integrated), or CMMI as the Continous Approach.|