BOCA RATON, FL--(Marketwire - Aug 20, 2012) - CRC Press is pleased to announce that The Method Framework for Engineering System Architectures was selected for Intel Corporation's Recommend Reading List. Intel notes it was selected because "the book provides excellent guidance on system architectures and provides models for development, simulation and integration that are modular, re-usable and with a quality outcome."
The Method Framework for Engineering System Architecture (©2009; ISBN: 987-1-4200-8575-4) is organized as a handy desk reference, this book harnesses more than 100 years of the authors' combined professional experience to provide extensive guidelines, best practices, and tips on avoiding possible pitfalls. It presents a direct rationale of why steps are taken, how things can go wrong, and guidance for how and when to tailor the model for a system's specific context.
It documents the common challenges that must be addressed by system architecture engineering and then explores the major principles answering these challenges and forming the basis of MFESA. The authors introduce MFESA, including its primary goals, inputs, tasks, outputs, and assumptions and describe the fundamental concepts and terminology on which systems architecture engineering is founded. This is followed by a description of each of the ten system architecture engineering tasks including associated goals and objectives, preconditions, inputs, steps, post conditions, work products, guidelines, and pitfalls.
Intel's Recommended Reading List is the industry's only resource for the most pertinent technical books for today's professional developer. "Continuing education is critical to developers of products that incorporate the latest technologies. Based on increasing requests from the worldwide developer community, Intel has assembled a list of books that complement the industry's most important technical topics which now includes The Method Framework for Engineering System Architecture," said Javier Leija, Manager of Industry Education, Intel Corporation.
About the Authors
Donald G. Firesmith, SEI, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA; Peter Capell, SEI, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA; Dietrich Falkenthal, MITRE Corp, Burlington, Massachusetts, USA ; Charles B. Hammons, SEI, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA; DeWitt T. Latimer IV; Tom Merendino, Software Engineering Institute, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA
About Intel's Recommend Reading List
Intel's Recommended Reading List is a valuable resource for technical professionals who want to thoroughly explore the latest hot topics on computer system design, programming, IT best practices, and more. These books are produced by leading publishers around the world. This is the most comprehensive reading list available for professional computer developers. Dozens of industry technologists, corporate fellows, and engineers have helped by suggesting books and reviewing the list. Learn more about how Intel's Recommended Reading List can help accelerate your development process at http://noggin.intel.com/rr/.