The Systems Engineering discipline provides a broad systems perspective to complement other discipline expertise. Systems engineers look across components, concerning themselves with interface management, system interactions, and overall system integration. Systems engineers are sensitive to emergent behaviors not apparent at the component level. Systems engineering at the NESC encompasses systems analysis; engineering statistics; data mining and trending; systems design and integration; technical risk management; standards and requirements; and verification, validation and testing.
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