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<blockquote>Frenz, P., G. Roedler, D.J. Gantzer, P. Baxter. 2010. ''Systems Engineering Measurement Primer: A Basic Introduction to Measurement Concepts and Use for Systems Engineering'', version 2.0. San Diego, CA, USA: International Council on System Engineering (INCOSE).  INCOSE‐TP‐2010‐005‐02.  Accessed April 13, 2015 available at: http://www.incose.org/ProductsPublications/techpublications/PrimerMeasurement</blockquote>
  
Please note: bibliographic entries should follow Chicago Manual of Style (15th ed.).  Please see [http://www.bkcase.org/fileadmin/bkcase/files/Wiki_Files__for_linking_/BKCASE_Reference_Guidance.pdf BKCASE Reference Guidance] for formatting.
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==Usage==
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This course is considered a primary reference for the following articles:
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*[[Measurement]]
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*[[Assessing Systems Engineering Performance of Business and Enterprises]]
  
 
==Annotation==
 
==Annotation==
A primary reference has been identified as the author team as a "key" reference, which is critically important to understanding a given topic. Each article will define a set of no more than 5-10 primary references. The general concept is that if a SEBoK user were to read the article on a topic and the Primary References, he or she would have a firm grasp on the principle concepts related to that article.
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'''Authors submitting primary references are responsible for providing the bibliographic entry and annotation.'''  If multiple authors use the same primary reference, ''each'' author must explain the value proposition to a user for that resource in terms of his/her own topics.  In this instance, there will be a heading for each article. 
 
 
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===Article 2===
 
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===Article 3===
 
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Latest revision as of 19:30, 19 May 2022

Frenz, P., G. Roedler, D.J. Gantzer, P. Baxter. 2010. Systems Engineering Measurement Primer: A Basic Introduction to Measurement Concepts and Use for Systems Engineering, version 2.0. San Diego, CA, USA: International Council on System Engineering (INCOSE). INCOSE‐TP‐2010‐005‐02. Accessed April 13, 2015 available at: http://www.incose.org/ProductsPublications/techpublications/PrimerMeasurement

Usage

This course is considered a primary reference for the following articles:

Annotation

SEBoK v. 2.6, released 20 May 2022