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    Conference Committee General Conference Chair Chris Paredis, Ph.D., Georgia Institute of Technology

    Program Co-Chairs Carlee Bishop, Ph.D., Georgia Tech Research Institute Doug Bodner, Ph.D., Georgia Institute of Technology Best Paper Award Committee Chair Leon McGinnis, Ph.D., Georgia Institute of Technology Local Organizing Committee Tommer Ender, Ph.D., Georgia Tech Research Institute Tim Floyd, Georgia Tech Research Institute John Huggins, Georgia Tech Research Institute Margaret Loper, Ph.D., Georgia Tech Research Institute Gary O'Neill, Georgia Tech Research Institute Russell Peak, Ph.D., Georgia Institute of Technology Andy Register, Ph.D., Georgia Tech Research Institute Jack Zentner, Ph.D., Georgia Tech Research Institute Conference Administrative Chair Mason Hollandbeck, Ph.D., CMDA Georgia Institute of Technology Rose Jacobsen, Georgia Institute of Technology Web Designer Aaron Hansen, Georgia Tech Research Institute

    Program Committee Paulette Acheson, Missouri University of Science and Technology Albert Albers, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) Mark Austin, University of Maryland - College Park John Baras, University of Maryland - College Park G. Maarten Bonnema, University of Twente Peggy Brouse, George Mason University Manfred Broy, Technical University of Munich Thomas Christian, Air Force Institute of Technology Robert Cloutier, Stevens Institute of Technology Paul Collopy, University of Alabama - Huntsville John Colombi, Air Force Institute of Technology Cihan Dagli, Missouri University of Science and Technology Judith Dahmann, MITRE Corporation Dan DeLaurentis, Purdue University Bernardo Delicado, MBDA Systems Richard Doornbos, Embedded Systems Institute David Enke, Missouri University of Science and Technology Cesare Fantuzzi, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia Susan Ferreira, University of Texas - Arlington Sbastien Grard, CEA LIST David Flanigan, The Johns Hopkins University - Applied Physics Laboratory Brian German, Georgia Institute of Technology Teun Hendriks, Embedded Systems Institute Eric Honour, University of South Australia Steven Jenkins, California Institute of Technology - Jet Propulsion Laboratory Roy Kalawsky, Loughborough University Joseph Kasser, National University of Singapore Tolga Kurtoglu, Palo Alto Research Center JoAnn Lane, University of Southern California David Lee Northrop, Grumman Aerospace Systems Debra Lepore, Stevens Institute of Technology Raymond Madachy, Naval Postgraduate School Richard Malak, Texas A&M University Jean-Charles Mare, University of Toulouse, France Michael Masin, IBM Research, Haifa, Israel Chandru Mirchandani, Lockheed Martin Corporation Gerrit Muller, Buskerud University College Josef Oehmen, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Louis Pape, Missouri University of Science and Technology Ricardo Pineda, University of Texas - El Paso Kristina Shea, ETH Zurich, Switzerland

    Atmika Singh, Missouri University of Science and Technology Alberto Sols, Buskerud University College Alice Squires, Aurora Flight Sciences Corporation & Stevens Institute of Technology Tetsuo Tomiyama, Delft University of Technology Ricardo Valerdi, University of Arizona Fred van Houten, University of Twente Dinesh Verma, Stevens Institute of Technology Jon Wade, Stevens Institute of Technology J. Robert Wirthlin, Air Force Institute of Technology

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    Welcome It is my honor and pleasure as Conference Chair to welcome you on behalf of the Organizing Commi%ee to Atlanta and Georgia Tech for the 2013 Conference on Systems Engineering Research. A+er months of prepara2on, the moment has come to join friends and colleagues for four days of intense intellectual s0mula0on and as many days of rekindling friendships and developing new ones. I hope you will enjoy the conference, expand your knowledge, and become reinvigorated in your dedica1on to Systems Engineering research. The theme of this years conference Addressing Societal Needs in Next Genera3on Systems reflects the broadening of Systems Engineering from its original focus on aerospace and defense systems toward an array of new applica2ons that are impac+ng society more significantly than could possibly have been an6cipated even a decade ago. Systems Engineering principles, methods, and tools are now being applied not only across engineering domains, but also in health care, finance, and socio-poli%cal contexts. Although these are important successes for our field, there is s4ll opportunity for innova4on. I am confident this conference will contribute toward this con3nued progress. Another indica-on of the growing importance of Systems Engineering is that the conference is expanding rapidly. This year, we received more than 200 abstracts and 170 full papers. A"er careful peer review, 124 were selected for oral presenta8on and for inclusion in the conference proceedings. I hope the interac*ons at this years conference will inspire your con$nued par$cipa$on and that you will encourage your peers to join us next year. Finally, I would like to thank all who helped make this conference possible, including the authors, reviewers, program commi,ee, and local organizing commi,ee. I would specifically like to thank Carlee Bishop and Doug Bodner for leading the development of the conference program, and Mason Hollandbeck for making all the local arrangements. Without all of you this conference would never have happened.

    Sincerely,

    Chris Paredis, Ph.D. Conference Chair Associate Professor and Woodruff Faculty Fellow G.W. Woodruff School of Mechanical Engineering Georgia Institute of Technology

    The Conference on Systems Engineering Research (CSER) was founded in 2002 by Stevens Institute of Technology and the University of Southern California.

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    Program at a Glance

    Tuesday, March 19 TIME Wednesday, March 20 Thursday, March 21 Friday, March 22

    SEANET Workshop

    Global Learning Center 3rd Floor

    4 Tracks 4 Tracks 4 Tracks

    Conference on Systems Engineering Research Global Learning Center 2nd Floor

    Registration / Breakfast 7:00 7:45 a.m. Registration / Networking / Breakfast

    7:45 8:00 a.m. Opening Remarks

    SEANET Workshop

    (See detailed schedule on Page 6)

    8:00 9:00 a.m. Keynote Speaker Keynote Speaker Keynote Speaker

    9:00 9:15 a.m. Break / Networking

    9:15 10:45 a.m. 4 Paper Sessions 4 Paper Sessions 4 Paper Sessions

    10:45 11:00 a.m. Break / Networking

    11:00 a.m. 12:00 p.m. 4 Paper Sessions 4 Paper Sessions 3 Paper Sessions + Panel

    12:30 1:30 p.m. Lunch + GRCSE/SEBoK Tutorial Lunch + NSF Overview Session Lunch

    1:30 3:00 p.m. 3 Paper Sessions + Panel 3 Paper Sessions + Panel 4 Paper Sessions

    3:00 3:30 p.m. Break / Networking

    3:30 5:00 p.m. 4 Paper Sessions 4 Paper Sessions

    Evening

    Reception Reception/Awards Presentation

    Global Learning Center Rooftop @ Renaissance

    SEANET Poster Session

    CONFERENCE COMMITTEE Conference Chair:

    Chris Paredis, Georgia Institute of Technology

    Program Co-Chairs:

    Carlee Bishop, Ph.D. Georgia Technology Research Institute Doug Bodner, Ph.D. Georgia Technology Research Institute

    Paper Award Committee Chair:

    Leon McGinnis, Ph.D. Georgia Institute of Technology

    Local Organizing Committee:

    Brian German, Georgia Institute of Technology Tommer Ender, Ph.D., Georgia Technology Research Institute Tim Floyd, Georgia Technology Research Institute John Huggins, Ph.D. Georgia Technology Research Institute

    Margaret Loper, Ph.D. Georgia Technology Research Institute

    Gary O'Neil, Ph.D. Georgia Technology Research Institute Russell Peak, Ph.D. Georgia Technology Research Institute Andy Register, Ph.D. Georgia Technology Research Institute Jack Zentner, Ph.D. Georgia Technology Research Institute

    Conference Administrative Chair:

    Mason Hollandbeck, Ph.D.

    Georgia Institute of Technology

    Conference Administrative Co-Chairs:

    CONFERENCE COMMITTEE Conference Chair:

    Chris Paredis, Georgia Institute of Technology

    Program Co-Chairs:

    Carlee Bishop, Ph.D. Georgia Technology Research Institute Doug Bodner, Ph.D. Georgia Technology Research Institute

    Paper Award Committee Chair:

    Leon McGinnis, Ph.D. Georgia Institute of Technology

    Local Organizing Committee:

    Brian German, Georgia Institute of Technology Tommer Ender, Ph.D., Georgia Technology Research Institute Tim Floyd, Georgia Technology Research Institute John Huggins, Ph.D. Georgia Technology Research Institute

    Margaret Loper, Ph.D. Georgia Technology Research Institute

    Gary O'Neil, Ph.D. Georgia Technology Research Institute Russell Peak, Ph.D. Georgia Technology Research Institute Andy Register, Ph.D. Georgia Technology Research Institute Jack Zentner, Ph.D. Georgia Technology Research Institute

    Conference Administrative Chair:

    Mason Hollandbeck, Ph.D.

    Georgia Institute of Technology

    Conference Administrative Co-Chairs:

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    Keynote Speakers

    Challenges with Deploying Complex Systems of Systems: Some Perspectives Abstract: The greatest challenges in the delivery of complex systems of systems are seldom limited to the integration of disparate technolog