## A Methodology for Systems Engineering, Volume 24 |

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The rise time is

The rise time is

**defined**to be the slope of the response evaluated at the instant when the response is half its steady - state value . Applying this**definition**to the first term of equation ( 15-31 ) , we get the fundamental relation 1 ...Page 476

... 166 Semantic problems , in problem defini- Stoicism , 241-242 tion , 94 Stokes theorem , 183 in setting objectives , 236 , 326 Strategic saddle point , 316 Sequential circuit analysis , 399 Strategy ,

... 166 Semantic problems , in problem defini- Stoicism , 241-242 tion , 94 Stokes theorem , 183 in setting objectives , 236 , 326 Strategic saddle point , 316 Sequential circuit analysis , 399 Strategy ,

**definition**, 310 Sequential ...Page 477

... 199 Time objectives , 107 Time relations in systems engineering process , 86 System ,

... 199 Time objectives , 107 Time relations in systems engineering process , 86 System ,

**definition**, 60 adaptive ... 93 , 114-117 as**defined**by RAND , 7 Systems engineering , and operations research , relations , 18-20 as a function ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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### Contents

WHAT IS SYSTEMS ENGINEERING? | 3 |

THE TD2 RADIO RELAY SYSTEM | 23 |

CHAPTER PAGE | 32 |

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