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Conference Chair Welcome Message

On behalf of the Institute of Electrical & Electronic Engineers Systems Council, may I th extend a warm welcome to the 6 International Systems Conference here in the wonderful, exciting and very cosmopolitan city of Vancouver. We hope that you enjoy not only the conference with its extensive Technical Program and Exhibits, but also the charm and hospitality that this beautiful area has to offer especially during this fine early Spring week! This conference addresses systems engineering for complex systems and systems-ofsystems, both from a research/academic standpoint as well as the practical application perspective. Such complex systems span the gamut of everything you see around you and use in your everyday lives, from transportation to communications to medical systems, entertainment systems, security and protection systems, manufacturing and production systems, military and defense systems, power and energy generation and distribution systems, computer and information technology systems, agriculture systems everything! Systems engineering, especially for complex systems, has the overall responsibility to make sure all aspects are considered during the planning, design and development phases, which includes production and manufacturing, cost and schedule including risk, use which includes safety and environmental impacts, reliability, sustainment and maintenance, and eventual disposal of the objective system. In systems-of-systems the problems are far greater because the designers are not in control of all aspects of the overall objective or end-state system, which is composed of many individual systems and components. In most cases much of the objective end-state system exists and the designer must design new elements to work within that existing set of systems, or with commercial elements of the system that are not subject to additional design. But it is often very difficult to imagine all the possible combinations of issues that may arise in a complex system, and often even more difficult, and sometimes impossible, to design around them to include contingencies and backups for every possible scenario. This brings us to the focus of this conference to explore complex systems-of-systems and how to employ the right level and expertise of systems engineering to design effective and safe complex systems-of systems. We particularly want to look at agile development methods and model-based systems engineering, since often we need tools such as this available to us in the face of the need to be budget-conscious in our endeavors. Systems architectures is another major focus this year since this is key to a number of critical attributes of our system that can provide for a more robust system with increased opportunity for future sustainment and enhancement. We hope you enjoy the content of the Conference and have ample opportunity to network with your international colleagues. Thanks to all authors and presenters for your fine work in this area, and to our colleagues in the Vancouver Section of IEEE for their help in staffing this Conference. I also thank my esteemed and brilliant Canadian colleague, Prof Alain Beaulieu or the Royal Military Academy and his Technical Program Committee for sorting through all the myriad challenges of putting together this fine program. Bob Rassa, IEEE Fellow Conference Chair and Vice-President, Conferences, IEEE Systems Council

2012 IEEE International Systems Conference Organizers


Conference Chair Bob Rassa, Raytheon Company Technical Program Chair Alain Beaulieu, Royal Military College of Canada Technical Program Co-Chairs George Foster, Naval Surface Warfare Center, Dahlgren Division John Clark, Northrop Grumman Information Systems Technology and Industrial Relations Chair Bassam Farroha, US Department of Defense Technical Program Committee Paolo Carbone, University of Perugia Paul Croll, CSC Judith Dahmann, MITRE Corporation Hugh Griffiths, University College London William Gruver, Intelligent Robotics Corporation Robert Lyons, Xcelsi Group, LLC Shreekanth Mandayam, Rowan University Theodora Saunders, UTC/Sikorsky Technical Program Committee - Reviewers Edourd Babulak, CORDIS European Commission James Barbera, IEEE Clyde Chittister, Carnegie Mellon University Franois Coallier, Ecole de Technologie Superieure John Harauz, Jonic Systems Engineering Paul Hershey, Raytheon, Inc. Abdallah Kassem, Notre Dame University Nazih Khaddaj Mallat, Ecole Polytechnique de Montreal Saeid Nahavandi, Deakin University Greg Phillips, Royal Military College of Canada Vincenzo Piuri, University of Milan Daniel Plakosh, CMU Shrisha Rao, International Institute of Information George Rebovich, The MITRE Corporation Adam Ross, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Pedro Sanz, University of Jaume I Pilar Sobrevilla, Universitat Politcnica de Catalunya, UPC Stephanie White, Long Island University

Featured Speakers

Keynote Speaker
"Systems of Systems in Disaster Response" by Jos R. Marti, The University of British Columbia

Tuesday Lunch Speaker


"Mind the Gap" by Dr. Scott Knight, Royal Military College of Canada
It has been said that we are in a new era of espionage. Newspaper articles over the last year have reported an increasing number of cases of complex computer based attacks and intrusions. We know that our computers at home, and office computers at work, have been subject to the attention of hackers for decades. A major industry has sprung up to create and market computer antivirus and firewall products. At times it seems that the only safe thing to do is to not connect to the Internet at all. Embedded computing and control systems and other systems air-gaped from the Internet received much less attention from computer security engineers. They were considered harder to attack and inherently safer. Aim of the presentation is to describe the nature of the threat to modern embedded systems. Systems like SCADA-based control systems controlling industrial processes and infrastructure. Systems like secure government information system, prisons, and modern weapons systems. The presentation will first discuss the nature of the threat who it is that might do these things and how capable they are. The discussion will then focus on some specific incidents such as the Stuxnet attack and others. Scott Knight is an Associate Professor and Head of Department in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the Royal Military College of Canada. He completed his PhD at Queens in 2000. Dr Knight was appointed to the academic faculty at RMC in 2000 on retirement from 21 years of service in the Canadian Air Force. At RMC he founded the Computer Security Laboratory, and continues to lead this research group. This research group has a close working relationship with the Canadian Forces Information Operations Group and focuses on computer network defence and support to information operations. He is also cross-appointed to the School of Computing at Queens.

Exhibitors
Analytic Systems

In the area of power conversion products, Analytic Systems is widely regarded as one of the most versatile and responsive designers in the industry. Analytic designs and manufactures a complete range of high performance power conversion products including Battery Chargers, Voltage Converters, DC/AC Inverters, Power Supplies, Frequency Converters and MPPT Solar Charge Controllers. With distributors and resellers around the world, Analytic is able to provide adept solutions to some of the largest and most reputable end-users. Analytic Systems manufacturing has been chosen as a supplier of unique products for diverse and demanding applications. http://www.analyticsystems.com/

Monday, March 19
7:00 AM - 5:00 PM Registration Room: Pinnacle Ballroom Foyer 8:00 AM 10:00 AM 1A1: Tutorial: Kanban and SE Presenter: Richard Turner (Stevens Institute of Technology, USA) Room: Shaughnessy I 1A2: Tutorial: Agile Systems Engineering Presenter: John Clark(Northrop Grumman Information Systems, USA) Room: Shaughnessy II 10:00AM - 10:15AM 10:15AM - 12:00PM 1B1: Tutorial: Kanban and SE Presenter: Richard Turner (Stevens Institute of Technology, USA) Room: Shaughnessy I 1B2: Tutorial: Agile Systems Engineering Presenter: John Clark(Northrop Grumman Information Systems, USA) Room: Shaughnessy II 12:00PM - 1:00PM Room: Dundarave 1:00PM - 3:00PM 1C1: Tutorial: Human-Centered Systems Engineering Presenter: George Samaras (Samaras & Associates, Inc., USA) Room: Shaughnessy I 1C2: Tutorial: SysML Presenter: Pascal Roques (Consultant, France) Room: Shaughnessy II 3:00PM 3:15PM 3:15PM - 5:00PM 1D1: Tutorial: Human-Centered Systems Engineering Presenter: George Samaras (Samaras & Associates, Inc., USA) Room: Shaughnessy I 1D2: Tutorial: SysML Presenter: Pascal Roques (Consultant, France) Room: Shaughnessy II Break Lunch Break

Tuesday, March 20
7:00AM - 6:00PM Registration Room: Pinnacle Ballroom Foyer 8:15AM - 8:30AM - Opening Remarks Rooms: Pinnacle II, Pinnacle III Bob Rassa, Conference Chair 8:30AM - 9:30AM - Keynote: Systems of Systems in Disaster Response Rooms: Pinnacle II, Pinnacle III Dr. Jos R. Marti (The University of British Columbia, Canada) 09:30AM - 10:00AM - Break 10:00AM - 12:00PM - Executive Panel Rooms: Pinnacle II, Pinnacle III "The applicability of Agile methods in the scope of engineering large scale systems of systems Panelists: John Vanspronssen (MDA Corporation, Canada) Dr. Philippe Kruchten (The University of British Columbia, Canada) John Clark (Northrop Grumman Information System, USA) Kristen Baldwin (Principal Deputy to Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Systems Engineering, USA) 12:00 - 1:30PM - Lunch & Speaker Room: Pinnacle I Lunch Speaker: Dr. Scott Knight (Royal Military College of Canada) Title: "Mind the Gap" 1:30PM - 3:15PM 2C1: Systems Thinking Benefits Room: Pinnacle II Session Chair: George Foster (Naval Surface Warfare Center, Dahlgren Division, USA) Challenges of "Operationalizing" Dynamic System Access Control: Transitioning from ABAC to RAdAC Bassam Farroha (US Department of Defense & Johns Hopkins University, USA) Deborah Farroha (US Department of Defense, USA) Visual Analytics: A Systems Thinking Framework for Sense-Making in Systems Engineering Petri Vitiello (Loughborough University, United Kingdom) A Model for Educating Systems Engineers Thomas Hilburn (Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, USA) Alice Squires (Stevens Institute of Technology, USA) Raymond Madachy (Naval Postgraduate School, USA)

1:30PM - 3:15PM 2C2: Agile Development Methods of Systems-of-Systems Room: Pinnacle III Session Chair: John Clark (Northrop Grumman Corporation, USA) Enterprise Architecture Facilitates Adopting Agile Development Methodologies into a DoD Acquisition Richard Cagle (The MITRE Corporation & USAF - ESC Hanscom AFB, USA) How the Business Analyst Supports and Encourages Collaboration on Agile Projects Donna Gregorio (The MITRE Corporation, USA) Engineering Agile Systems through Architectural Modularity Seth B Schapiro (Northrop Grumman, USA) Matthew Henry (Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Lab, USA) 1:30PM - 3:15PM 2C3: Energy Management and Sustainability, including Renewable Energy Room: Shaughnessy I Session Chair: Don Davidson (Gleneagles Technologies Ltd., Canada) A regional decision support system for locating future hydrogen refueling stations Hanane Dagdougui (University of Genoa, Italy) Ahmed Ouammi (University of Genoa, Italy) Emmanuel Garbolino (MINES ParisTech, France) Roberto Sacile (University of Genova, Italy) City.Net IES: A Sustainability-Oriented Energy Decision Support System Adedamola Adepetu (Masdar Institute of Science and Technology, UAE) Paul Grogan (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA) Anas Alfaris (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA) Davor Svetinovic (Masdar Institute of Science and Technology, UAE) Olivier de Weck (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA) Energy-Aware Scheduling of Distributed Systems Using Cellular Automata Pragati Agrawal (International Institute of Information Technology Bangalore, India) Shrisha Rao (International Institute of Information Technology Bangalore, India) 1:30PM - 3:15PM 2C4: Transportation Systems Room: Shaughnessy II Session Chair: Ophir Kendler (IEEE Vancouver Section, Canada) Simulations of the Relationship between Personal Mobility Vehicle and Pedestrians Chihiro Nakagawa (Osaka Prefecture University, Japan) Kazuki Imamura (Osaka Prefecture University, Japan) Atsuhiko Shintani (Osaka Prefecture University, Japan) Tomohiro Ito (Osaka Prefecture University, Japan)

Advanced Sensing System of Crane Spreader Motion (for Mobile Harbor) Yun Sub Jung (KAIST, Korea) Young-Keun Kim (KAIST, Korea) Yonghun Kim (KAIST, Korea) Eun Ho Kim (KAIST, Korea) In Gwun Jang (KAIST, Korea) Kyung-Soo Kim (KAIST, Korea) Soohyun Kim (KAIST, Korea) Byung Man Kwak (KAIST, Korea) Implementation of fractal image coding for GPGPU systems and its power-aware evaluation Akiyoshi Wakatani (Konan University, Japan) 1:30PM - 3:15PM 2C5: System Architecture and Architectural Frameworks Room: Dundarave Session Chair: Pascal Roques (Consultant, France) A Unified Framework for Wireless Sensing Systems Joshua Kiepert (Boise State University, USA) Sin Ming Loo (Boise State University, USA) A Reconfigurable Flight Control System Architecture for Small Unmanned Aerial Vehicles Zhicheng Deng (Beijing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics, P.R. China) Ming Zhu (Beijing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics, P.R. China) Chuanbao Ma (Beihang University, P.R. China) Practical application and evaluation of no-SQL databases in Cloud Computing Eleonora Maria Mocanu ("Politehnica" University of Bucharest, Romania) Mugurel Ionut Andreica ("Politehnica" University of Bucharest, Romania) Nicolae Tapus ("Politehnica" University of Bucharest, Romania) 3:15PM - 3:30PM - Break 3:30PM - 5:45PM 2D1: Comprehensive Cyber Security Approaches for Complex Systems Room: Pinnacle II Session Chair: George Foster (Naval Surface Warfare Center, Dahlgren Division, USA) Procedure for Detection of and Response to Distributed Denial of Service Cyber Attacks on Complex Enterprise Systems Paul C. Hershey (Raytheon, Inc., USA) Charles B. Silio (University of Maryland, USA) Cybersecurity Investment Analysis Methodology Thomas Llanso (Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory, USA)

3:30PM - 5:45PM 2D2: Autonomous Systems Room: Pinnacle III Session Chair: Sidney Givigi (Royal Military College of Canada, Canada) Experimental Validation of Swarms of Robots James Lindsay (Royal Military College of Canada, Canada) Sidney Givigi (Royal Military College of Canada, Canada) Gerard Pieris (Defence R&D Canada, Canada) Giovanni Fusina (Defence R&D Canada, Canada) Gilles Labonte (Royal Military College of Canada, Canada) Experimental Design and Analysis in Kinematic-Based Indoor Localization in Wireless Mobile Platform Network Han Xiao (Simon Fraser University, Canada) Shahram Payandeh (Simon Fraser University, Canada) A Systems Approach for the Development of a Quadrotor Autopilot Jeffrey Campbell (Royal Military College of Canada, Canada) Mohamad Iskandarani (Royal Military College of Canada, Canada) Jeremy Hamilton (Royal Military College of Canada, Canada) Sidney Givigi (Royal Military College of Canada, Canada) Cognitive Control Architecture for Autonomous Marine Vehicles Carlos C. Insaurralde (Heriot-Watt University, United Kingdom) Joel Cartwright (Heriot-Watt University, United Kingdom) Yves Petillot (Heriot-Watt University, United Kingdom) 3:30PM - 5:45PM 2D3: Energy Management and Sustainability, including Renewable Energy Room: Shaughnessy I Session Chair: Don Davidson (Gleneagles Technologies Ltd., Canada) A Low-Cost Microcontroller Based 500-Watt PEM Fuel Cell Emulator Nabil Karami (Laboratory of Sciences in Information and Systems (LSIS) Aix-Marseille III University, Lebanon) Nazih Moubayed (Lebanese University, Lebanon) Outbib Rachid (Laboratoire LSIS Marseille Cedex 20, France) Power Savings Obtained with Integrated Industrial System Drives Constantin Pitis (BC Hydro Power Smart, Canada) 3:30PM - 5:45PM 2D4: Research in Systems Engineering Room: Shaughnessy II Session Chair: Eugen Trandafir (Analytic Systems, Canada) Hamiltonian Formulation of Nonholonomic Mechanical Systems via Quasi Coordinates Ramkrishna Pasumarthy (Indian Institute of Technology, India) Navdeep Singh (Veermata Jijabai Technological Institute, India) Faruk Ahamed Kazi (Veermata Jijabai Technological Institute, India) A Kamath (Veermata Jijabai Technological Institute, India)

Decision Maker Perception of Information Quality in a Net-Centric Military Command and Control Environment Grayson Morgan (George Mason University, USA) Using Systems Practice to Enable Quality in Design Charlotte Dunford (University of Bristol, United Kingdom) Mike Yearworth (University of Bristol, United Kingdom) Darren York (Rolls-Royce plc, United Kingdom) Patrick Godfrey (University of Bristol, United Kingdom) Andrew Parsley (Rolls-Royce plc, United Kingdom) 3:30PM - 5:45PM 2D5: System Architecture and Architectural Frameworks Room: Dundarave Session Chair: Pascal Roques (Consultant, France) Integration of existing military capability models into the Comprehensive Capability Meta-model Jukka Anteroinen (National Defence University of Finland, Finland) A Safe Driver Assisted Merge Protocol Bo Hyun J Kim (Oracle Corporation, USA) Nick Maxemchuk (Columbia University, USA) Cloud Computing - Task Scheduling based on Genetic Algorithms Eleonora Maria Mocanu ("Politehnica" University of Bucharest, Romania) Mugurel Ionut Andreica ("Politehnica" University of Bucharest, Romania) Nicolae Tapus ("Politehnica" University of Bucharest, Romania) 6:00PM - 7:00PM - Reception Room: Pinnacle Ballroom Foyer

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Wednesday, March 21
7:00AM - 5:00PM - Registration Room: Pinnacle Ballroom Foyer 8:00AM - 9:45AM 3A1: Comprehensive Cyber Security Approaches for Complex Systems Room: Pinnacle II Session Chair: George Foster (Naval Surface Warfare Center, Dahlgren Division, USA) Architecting Dynamic Privileges in Protected Systems Through Hardening Identity and Access Management Bassam Farroha (US Department of Defense & Johns Hopkins University, USA) Deborah Farroha (US Department of Defense, USA) EIBC: Enhanced Identity-Based Cryptography, a Conceptual Design Hasen Nicanfar (The University of British Columbia, Canada) Victor CM Leung (The University of British Columbia, Canada) Cube-scan-based three dimensional Localization for Large-scale Underwater Wireless Sensor Networks Yongji Ren (Beijing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics, P.R. China) Yu Ning (Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications, P.R. China) Xiaolei Guo (Beijing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics, P.R. China) Wan Jiangwen (Beijing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics, P.R. China) 8:00AM - 9:45AM 3A2: Model-Based Systems Engineering Room: Pinnacle III Session Chair: Carlos Insaurralde (Heriot-Watt University, United Kingdom) Developing a robust sensing system for remote relative 6-DOF motion using 1-D laser sensors Young-Keun Kim (KAIST, Korea) Yonghun Kim (KAIST, Korea) Yun Sub Jung (KAIST, Korea) In Gwun Jang (KAIST, Korea) Soohyun Kim (KAIST, Korea) Kyung-Soo Kim (KAIST, Korea) Eun Ho Kim (KAIST, Korea) Byung Man Kwak (KAIST, Korea) Using Cybernetics with Soft Systems Methodology in Complex System Development Stephanie M. White (Long Island University, USA) Sustaining Lifecycle Value: Valuable Changeability Analysis with Era Simulation Matthew Fitzgerald (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA) Adam M. Ross (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA)

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8:00AM - 9:45AM 3A3: Energy Management and Sustainability, including Renewable Energy Room: Shaughnessy I Session Chair: Eugen Trandafir (Analytic Systems, Canada) Short Term Forecast of Wind Power by an Artificial Neural Network Approach Ahmed Ouammi (University of Genova, Italy) Hanane Dagdougui (University of Genova, Italy) Roberto Sacile (University of Genova, Italy) A Resource Allocation Model for Energy Management Systems Jerry Duggan (Colorado State University & SAV Innovations, Inc., USA) Peter Young (Colorado State University, USA) Analysis Tools for Assessing the Impact of Wind Power on Weak Grids Sina Sadeghi Baghsorkhi (University of Michigan, USA) Ian Hiskens (University of Michigan, USA) 8:00AM - 9:45AM 3A4: Transportation Systems Room: Shaughnessy II Session Chair: Ophir Kendler (IEEE Vancouver Section, Canada) A decentralised control model for the risk-based management of dangerous good transport flows on road Claudio Roncoli (University of Genova, Italy) Chiara Bersani (University of Genova, Italy) Roberto Sacile (University of Genova, Italy) Creating Innovation with Systems Integration - Road and Vehicle Integrated Electric Transportation System Young J Jang (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Korea) 8:00AM - 9:45AM 3A5: System Architecture and Architectural Frameworks Room: Dundarave Session Chair: Jay Thor Turner Generic and fault-tolerant bag-of-tasks framework based on JavaSpace technology Eleonora Maria Mocanu ("Politehnica" University of Bucharest, Romania) Virginie Galtier (SUPELEC, France) Nicolae Tapus ("Politehnica" University of Bucharest, Romania) Addressing Interoperability in Military Systems-of-Systems Architectures Elizabeth Wyatt (Georgia Institute of Technology & Aerospace Systems Design Lab, USA) Dimitri Mavris (Georgia Institute of Technology, USA) Kelly Griendling (Georgia Institute of Technology, USA) A Multiagent Architecture for Semantic Access to Legacy Relational Databases Desanka Polajnar (University of Northern British Columbia, Canada) Hossan Mohammad Zubayer (Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada) Jernej Polajnar (University of Northern British Columbia, Canada)

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8:00AM - 9:45AM 3A6: Service Oriented Architectures and Societal and Political Impact of SoS Room: Dundarave Session Chair: Alain Beaulieu (Royal Military College of Canada, Canada) Optimum Sensors Integration for Multi-Sensor Multi-Target Environment for Ballistic Missile Defense Applications Neena Imam (Oak Ridge National Laboratory, USA) Jacob Barhen (Oak Ridge National Laboratory, USA) Charles Glover (Oak Ridge National Laboratory, USA) A Service Oriented Livestock Management System Using Occasionally Connected Mobile-Cloud Architecture Chia-Chi Teng (Brigham Young University, USA) A system analysis of the Basel Capital Accord's regulatory control over the behaviour of modern Banking Systems Jacky Mallett (University of Reykjavik & IIIM, Iceland) 9:45AM - 10:15AM - Break 10:15AM - 12:00PM 3B1: Large-Scale Systems Integration and Product Life Cycle management Room: Pinnacle II Session Chair: Anthony Marasco Supplier Selection Considering Product Life Cycle Cost: A fuzzy multi-objective model Vahid Ebrahimipour (University of Tehran, Iran) Babak Maleki-Shoja (University of Tehran, Iran) Shanling Li (McGill University, Canada) 10:15AM - 12:00PM 3B2: Model-Based Systems Engineering Room: Pinnacle III Session Chair: Carlos Insaurralde (Heriot-Watt University, United Kingdom) Mitigating Contextual Uncertainties with Valuable Changeability Analysis in the Multi-Epoch Domain Matthew Fitzgerald (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA) Adam M. Ross (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA) A new Approach for Identification of Climate Data for Modeling Evapotranspiration Rai Prasad (Graphic Era University, India) Supporting system architecture assessment by two-level functional modeling: Process oriented analysis and comparison of large-scale systems Arne Herberg (Technische Universitt Mnchen, Germany) Udo Lindemann (Technische Universitt Mnchen, Germany)

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10:15AM - 12:00PM 3B3: Energy Management and Sustainability, including Renewable Energy - Disaster Response Room: Shaughnessy I Session Chair: Eugen Trandafir (Analytic Systems, Canada) Optimal Dynamic Economic Dispatch Including Renewable Energy Source using Artificial Bee Colony Algorithm Fahad Abu-Mouti (Dalhousie University, Canada) Mohamed E. El-Hawary (Dalhousie University, Canada) 10:15AM - 12:00PM 3B4: Modeling and Simulation Room: Shaughnessy II Session Chair: Sidney Givigi (Royal Military College of Canada, Canada) Modeling a Publish/Subscribe System As A Multi-Commodity Transportation Problem Ambily Pankajakshan (Centre for Artificial Intelligence and Robotics, India) Shrisha Rao (International Institute of Information Technology, India) Proposal of Strategic Research for Building System Hidenori Kimura (Japan Science and Technology Agency, Japan) Rika Takeuchi (Japan Science and Technology Agency, Japan) Takeshi Mori (Japan Science and Technology Agency, Japan) Jun-ichi Toyouchi (Japan Science and Technology Agency, Japan) Koichi Homma (Japan Science and Technology Agency, Japan) Yoshifumi Yasuoka (Japan Science and Technology Agency, Japan) 10:15AM - 12:00PM 3B6: INCOSE Systems Engineering Handbook and Certification Tutorial Room: Dundarave Session Chair: John Clark (Northrop Grumman Corporation, USA) Interested in learning about the International Council of Systems Engineering (INCOSE) SE Handbook and becoming an INCOSE Certified Systems Engineering Professional (CSEP) or an Associate SEP (ASEP)? The INCOSE Training Working Group, INCOSE Hampton Roads Area (HRA) Chapter, and Northrop Grumman Corporation (NGC) will present a summary of the INCOSE SE Handbook and the certification process. The tutorial is taught by John O. Clark, INCOSE Training Working Group Lead, HRA Chapter Director of Training & Education, NG Corporate SE Instructor, NG Information Systems (NGIS) Sector Chief Engineer, and IEEE Life Member. The tutorial also provides sample exam questions, tips, personal help in SE, and help to fill-out your application. Prior to the tutorial, participants are encouraged to read the sections of the INCOSE SE Handbook available at http://www.incose.org/ProductsPubs/incosestore.aspx. 12:00PM - 1:30PM - Best Papers Awards Luncheon Room: Pinnacle I

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1:30PM - 3:15PM 3C1: Engineering Processes for Complex Systems Room: Pinnacle II Session Chair: Carlos Insaurralde (Heriot-Watt University, United Kingdom) Smart sampling for risk and delay reduction Mhamed Sahnoun (Grenoble Institute of Technology, France) Belgacem Bettayeb (Grenoble Institute of Technology, France) Michel Tollenaere (Grenoble Institute of Technology, France) Samuel Bassetto (Ecole Polytechnique de Montral, Canada) Engineering Control Software Systems: A Multi-Disciplinary Challenge Matt Eskandar (MR Control Systems International Inc., Canada) Vahid Garousi (University of Calgary, Canada) Modular design of product families for quality and cost Bruno Agard (Ecole Polytechnique de Montral, Canada) Samuel Bassetto (Ecole Polytechnique de Montral, Canada) 1:30PM - 3:15PM 3C2: Model-Based Systems Engineering / Product Life Cycle Management Room: Pinnacle III Session Chair: Jay Thor Turner Accounting for "Mission" During Co-optimization of System Designs Tianlei Zhang (University of South Carolina, USA) Grant Conklin (University of South Carolina, USA) Yucheng Zhang (University of South Carolina, USA) Roger A Dougal (University of South Carolina, USA) Intelligent People Surveillance with a Cooperative Camera Network Xiaochen Dai (Simon Fraser University, Canada) Shahram Payandeh (Simon Fraser University, Canada) Supplier Selection Considering Product Life Cycle Cost: A fuzzy multi-objective model Vahid Ebrahimipour (University of Tehran, Iran) Babak Maleki-Shoja (University of Tehran, Iran) Shanling Li (McGill University, Canada) 1:30PM - 3:15PM 3C3: Enterprise System Engineering Room: Shaughnessy I Session Chair: Ophir Kendler (IEEE Vancouver Section, Canada) Smart Metering of Cloud Services Akshay Narayan (International Institute of Information Technology Bangalore, India) Shrisha Rao (International Institute of Information Technology Bangalore, India) Gaurav Ranjan (International Institute of Information Technology Bangalore, India) Kumar D (International Institute of Information Technology Bangalore, India) Improving Resource Allocation in Multi-Tier Cloud Systems Mohammad Firoj Mithani (Wipro Technologies, India) Shrisha Rao (International Institute of Information Technology Bangalore, India)

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Deduplication and Compression Techniques in Cloud Design Amrita Upadhyay (International Institute of Information Technology Bangalore, India) Pratibha Balihalli (International Institute of Information Technology Bangalore, India) Shashibhushan Ivaturi (International Institute of Information Technology Bangalore, India) Shrisha Rao (International Institute of Information Technology Bangalore, India) 1:30PM - 3:15PM 3C4: Modeling and Simulation Room: Shaughnessy II Session Chair: Sidney Givigi (Royal Military College of Canada, Canada) Optimizing Resources Utilization in IP Multimedia Subsystem Lava Al-Doski (University of Arkansas at Little Rock, USA) Ayman I Abbosh (University of Arkansas at Little Rock, USA) Radu F. Babiceanu (University of Arkansas at Little Rock, USA) Seshadri Mohan (University of Arkansas at Little Rock, USA) Nonlinear Tracking and Aggressive Maneuver Controllers for Quad-Rotor Robots using Learning Automata Sergio Santos (Aeronautical Institute of Technology, Brazil) Sidney Givigi (Royal Military College of Canada, Canada) Cairo Nascimento Jr. (Aeronautical Institute of Technology, Brazil) 1:30PM - 3:15PM 3C5: Systems Engineering V&V and Impact on other Engineering Fields Room: Dundarave Session Chair: Anthony Marasco A Model Driven approach for System Validation Abhinav Kashyap (The George Washington University, USA) William Roberts (Atlantic Coast Technologies Inc, USA) Shahram Sarkani (The George Washington University, USA) Thomas Mazzuchi (The George Washington University, USA) Applying the Fundamentals of Quality to Software Acquisition Steve Bygren (The MITRE Corporation, USA) Greg Carrier (The MITRE Corporation, USA) Tom Maher (The MITRE Corporation, USA) Patrick Maurer (The MITRE Corporation, USA) David Smiley (The MITRE Corporation, USA) Rick Spiewak (The MITRE Corporation, USA) Christine Sweed (The MITRE Corporation, USA) On Applying the Method of "System of Systems" in Robustness Analysis and Autonomous Control of Dynamics-aware Internet Architecture Jian-Qin Liu (National Institute of Information and Communications Technology, Japan) Haruhiko Nishimura (University of Hyogo, Japan) Hiroaki Umehara (National Institute of Information and Communications Technology, Japan)

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1:30PM - 3:15PM 3C6: INCOSE Systems Engineering Handbook and Certification Tutorial (Continued) Room: Dundarave Session Chair: John Clark (Northrop Grumman Corporation, USA) 3:15PM - 3:30PM - Break 3:30PM - 5:45PM 3D1: Engineering Processes for Complex Systems Room: Pinnacle II Session Chair: Carlos Insaurralde (Heriot-Watt University, United Kingdom) Integrated Requirement Traceability, Multiview Modeling, and Decision-Making Vikas Shukla (INSA-Toulouse & LAAS-CNRS, France) Guillaume Auriol (LAAS-CNRS, France) Claude Baron (LAAS-CNRS, France) The United States Department of Defense Revitalization of System Security Engineering Through Program Protection Kristen Baldwin (US Technology and Logistic, USA) John F Miller (The MITRE Corporation, USA) Paul R Popick (The Aerospace Corporation, USA) Jonathan Goodnight (High Performance Technologies, Inc. USA) An Analysis of Systems Engineering Strategy Clement Smartt (University of Texas at Arlington, USA) Susan Ferreira (University of Texas at Arlington, USA) Systematic goal definition for complexity management projects Harry Daniilidis (Technische Universitt Mnchen, Germany) Wolfgang Bauer (Technische Univeritt Mnchen, Germany) Katharina Eben (Technische Universitt Mnchen, Germany) Udo Lindemann (Technische Universitt Mnchen, Germany) 3:30PM - 5:45PM 3D2: Engineering System-of-Systems Room: Pinnacle III Session Chair: David Pike Evaluation of Nonlinearity and Complexity in SSTs systems Touria El Mezyani (Florida State University, USA) Hengsi Qin (Missouri University of Science and Technology, USA) Ralph Wilson Wilson (Florida State University, USA) Seyed Mostafa Khazraei (Missouri University of Science and Technology, USA) Jesse Leonard (Florida State University, USA) Jonathan Kimball (Missouri University of Science and Technology, USA) Edrington Christopher (Florida State University, USA) Sanjeev Srivastava (Florida State University, USA) Mehdi Ferdowsi (Missouri University of Science and Technology, USA)

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Integrating Systems Engineering and Test & Evaluation in System of Systems Development Judith S Dahmann (MITRE Corporation, USA) Decentralized Event Detection using Distributed Interrupts in Cyber Physical Systems Varun Subramanian (State University of New York at Stony Brook, USA) Alex Doboli (State University of New York at Stony Brook, USA) Anurag Umbarkar (State University of New York at Stony Brook, USA) 3:30PM - 5:45PM 3D3: Enterprise System Engineering Room: Shaughnessy I Session Chair: George Foster (Naval Surface Warfare Center, Dahlgren Division, USA) Using Hybrid Modeling to Simulate Maritime Transportation System of Systems (MTSoS) Hamid R. Darabi (Stevens Institute of Technology, USA) Alex Gorod (Stevens Institute of Technology, USA) Mo Mansouri (Stevens Institute of Technology, USA) Thomas Wakeman (Stevens Institute of Technology, USA) Intelligent Governance of Large-Scale Engineering Systems: A Sub-Systemic Approach Mayur Chikhale (Stevens Institute of Technology, USA) Mo Mansouri (Stevens Institute of Technology, USA) Mahmoud Efatmaneshnik (Stevens Institute of Technology, USA) Ali Mostashari (Stevens Institute of Technology, USA) Modeling the U.S. Healthcare System as an Enterprise Francis Dougherty (The MITRE Corporation, USA) Kenneth Hoffman (The MITRE Corporation, USA) Honora Huntington (The MITRE Corporation, USA) Joseph Jun (The MITRE Corporation, USA) Kristin Lee (The MITRE Corporation, USA) Bradley Schoener (The MITRE Corporation, USA) Mark Walters (The MITRE Corporation, USA) An Event-driven, Value-based, Pull Systems Engineering Scheduling Approach Richard Turner (Stevens Institute of Technology, USA) Dan Ingold (University of Southern California, USA) Jo Ann Lane (University of Southern California, USA) David Anderson (David J. Anderson & Associates, USA) 3:30PM - 5:45PM 3D4: Medical Systems Room: Shaughnessy II Session Chair: Alain Beauleiu (Royal Military College of Canada, Canada) Hand hygiene monitoring and real-time prompting system Alexander Levchenko (Toronto Rehabilitation Institute, Canada) Veronique Boscart (Toronto Rehabilitation Institute, Canada) Geoffrey Fernie (Toronto Rehabilitation Institute, Canada)

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Managing Requirements Baselines for Healthcare IT Product Lines Ken Wong (McKesson Enterprise Medical Imaging, Canada) Christine Callaghan (McKesson Enterprise Medical Imaging, Canada Using Design Structure Matrix for Improving Electronic Medical Record Usability Kushtrim Kuqi (The George Washington University & M*Modal, Inc., USA) Tim Eveleigh (The George Washington University, USA) Thomas Holzer (The George Washington University, USA) Shahryar Sarkani (The George Washington University, USA) Network of Wireless Medical Devices to Assess Activity using non-Traditional Sensors Alain JG Beaulieu (Royal Military College of Canada, Canada) 3:30PM - 5:45PM 3D5: Systems Reliability Room: Dundarave Session Chair: Vincenzo Piuri Hardware and Software Readiness: A Systems Approach Jack F. Olivieri (The MITRE Corporation, USA) Predicting Reliability in Design of Complex Systems with Common-Cause Failures and Time-Varying Failure Rates Scott Littlefield (The George Washington University, USA) Thomas Mazzuchi (The George Washington University, USA) Shahram Sarkani (The George Washington University, USA) A Taxonomy of Perturbations: Determining the Ways That Systems Lose Value Brian Mekdeci (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA) Adam M. Ross (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA) Donna H. Rhodes (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA) Daniel E Hastings (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA)

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Thursday, March 22
7:00AM - 12:00PM - Registration Room: Pinnacle Ballroom Foyer 8:00AM - 9:45AM 4A1: Engineering Processes for Complex Systems Room: Pinnacle II Session Chair: David Pike Systems Approach to As-Is State Formation of an Engagement Veerendra K Rai (Tata Consultancy Services, India) Design Approaches for Taming Complexity Rick Kazman (University of Hawaii, USA) Philippe Kruchten (University of British Columbia, Canada) 8:00AM - 9:45AM 4A2: Engineering System-of-Systems Room: Pinnacle III Session Chair: Sidney Givigi (Royal Military College of Canada, Canada) A Multi-Directional Beam Scanning RFID System Amar Sawadi (University of Windsor, Canada) Rashid Rashidzadeh (University of Windsor, Canada) Shervin Erfani (University of Windsor, Canada) Majid Ahmadi (University of Windsor, Canada) Trustworthy Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs) for a Systems Approach to HydroFracking Projects Sterling Rooke (Sanguine Systems LLC, USA) Andrew McCarty (University of Maryland, USA) Peter Fuhr (Oak Ridge National Laboratory, USA) A Simulation System of Systems to Assess Military Aircraft Protection Pascal Boily (Defence Research and Development Canada, Canada) Nathalie Harrison (Defence Research and Development Canada, Canada) From complicated to complex uncertainties in system of systems Mahmoud Efatmaneshnik (Stevens Institute of Technology, USA) 8:00AM - 9:45AM 4A3: Enterprise System Engineering Room: Shaughnessy I Session Chair: Pascal Roques (Consultant, France) A practical framework for the generation and selection of strategic plans of action Eduarda Silva (University of Minho, Portugal) Ricardo S (University of Minho, Portugal) Jorge Ribeiro (University of Porto, Portugal) Anton Sabaleuski (University of Porto, Portugal) Filipe Nascimento (University of Porto, Portugal) Tiago Faro (University of Porto, Portugal) Ricardo Simes (University of Minho, Portugal)

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Architecting Security into the Clouds: An Enterprise Security Model Bassam Farroha (US Department of Defense & Johns Hopkins University, USA) Deborah Farroha (US Department of Defense, USA) A Maturity Model for the Deployment of Systems Engineering Processes Clmentine Cornu (Eurocopter & Mines Paristech, France) Vincent Chapurlat (Ecole des Mines d'Als & Lab. de Gnie Informatique et d'Ingnierie de Production, France) Jean-Marc Quiot (Eurocopter, France) Franois Irigoin (MINES ParisTech, France) Resilient System Design for Prognosis and Health Monitoring of an Ocean Power Generator Anthony M Marcus (Florida Atlantic University, USA) Ionut Cardei (Florida Atlantic University, USA) Timur Tavtilov (Florida Atlantic University, USA) Gabe Alsenas (Florida Atlantic University, USA) 8:00AM - 9:45AM 4A4: Special Session in Optimization Techniques Room: Shaughnessy II Session Chair: Ophir Kendler (IEEE Vancouver Section, Canada) Structure Optimization of 1-D Laser Sensors Assembly for Robust 6-DOF Measurement Yonghun Kim (KAIST, Korea) Young-Keun Kim (KAIST, Korea) Yun Sub Jung (KAIST, Korea) In Gwun Jang (KAIST, Korea) Soohyun Kim (KAIST, Korea) Kyung-Soo Kim (KAIST, Korea) Eun Ho Kim (KAIST, Korea) Byung Man Kwak (KAIST, Korea) A model-based method for the generation and optimization of complex systems architectures Nicolas Albarello (EADS Innovation Works & Ecole Centrale Paris, France) Jean-Baptiste Welcomme (EADS Innovation Works, France) Structure Preserving Optimal Control of 2D-Spider Crane Chinde Venkatesh (VJIT, India) Rachit Mehra (VJTI, India) Navdeep Singh (VJTI, India) Sushant Bahadure (VJTI, India) Faruk Ahamed Kazi (VJTI, India) Overview of Artificial Bee Colony (ABC) Algorithm and its Applications Fahad Abu-Mouti (Dalhousie University, Canada) Mohamed E. El-Hawary (Dalhousie University, Canada)

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8:00AM - 9:45AM 4A5: Systems Reliability Room: Dundarave Session Chair: Vincenzo Piuri (Universita degli Studi di Milano, Italy) Performance Study of A Random P-Persistence Sender-Based VOIP Loss-recovery Technique Sami S Alwakeel (King Saud University, Saudi Arabia) Adel AlBahouth (King Saud University, Saudi Arabia) A Comprehensive Conceptual System-Level Approach to Fault Tolerance in Cloud Computing Ravi Jhawar (Universita degli Studi di Milano, Italy) Vincenzo Piuri (Universita degli Studi di Milano, Italy) Marco D Santambrogio (MIT & Politecnico di Milano, USA) Fuzzy Comprehensive Approach Based on AHP and Entropy Combination Weight for Pipeline Leak Detection System Performance Evaluation Yang Yu (Beijing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics, P.R. China) Yinfeng Wu (Beijing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics, P.R. China) Yu Ning (Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications, P.R. China) Wan Jiangwen (Beijing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics, P.R. China) 9:45AM - 10:00AM - Break 10:00AM - 11:45AM 4B2: Space and Communications Systems Room: Pinnacle III Session Chair: Alain Beaulieu (Royal Military College of Canada, Canada) Cloud systems Architecture for Metropolitan Area Based Cognitive Radio Networks Kranthi Manoj (The University of Texas at San Antonio, USA) Brian T Kelley (The University of Texas at San Antonio, USA) Sekchin Chang (The University of Seoul, Korea) Mohammad Jamshidi (The University of Texas at San Antonio, USA) Model Reference Adaptive Control of Spacecraft Attitude for a PNP Satellite with Unknown Time Varying Input/Ouput Delays James Nelson (University of Wyoming & College of Engineering and Applied Science, USA) Mark Balas (Department Head, USA) 10:00AM - 11:45AM 4B3: Research in Systems Engineering Room: Shaughnessy I Session Chair: John Clark (Northrop Grumman Corporation, USA) VMMF: Volatile Memory Management Framework Eiji Kawai (National Institute of Information and Communications Technology, Japan) Elements of a Decision-Making Framework for Early-Phase System of Systems Acquisition Kelly Griendling (Georgia Institute of Technology, USA) John Salmon (Georgia Institute of Technology, USA) Dimitri Mavris (Georgia Institute of Technology, USA)

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Building Resilience into Systems Jeremy Hilton (Cranfield University & Cardiff University, United Kingdom) Clare Wright (Cardiff University, United Kingdom) Vasiliki Kiparoglou (Glamorgan University, United Kingdom) 10:00AM - 11:45AM 4B4: Program/Project and Risk Management for Complex Systems Room: Shaughnessy II Session Chair: Ophir Kendler (IEEE Vancouver Section, Canada) The Effect of Using a Systems Approach to Project Control within the U.S. Defense Industry Patrick Cantwell (George Washington University & Innovative Decisions, Inc., USA) Shahram Sarkani (George Washington University, USA) Thomas Mazzuchi (George Washington University, USA) Situating Anonymization Within a Privacy Risk Model Stuart Shapiro (MITRE Corporation, USA) The Impact of Early Design Phase Risk Identification Biases on Space System Project Performance John D Reeves, Jr. (NASA Langley Research Center & George Washington University, USA) Tim Eveleigh (George Washington University, USA) Thomas Holzer (George Washington University, USA) Shahryar Sarkani (George Washington University, USA) 10:00AM - 11:45AM 4B5: Systems Engineering Competency, Education and Training Room: Dundarave Session Chair: Vincenzo Piuri (Universita degli Studi di Milano, Italy) A Student Laboratory for Systems Engineering Wolfgang Bauer (Technische Univeritt Mnchen, Germany) Wieland Biedermann (Technische Universitt Mnchen, Germany) Bergen Helms (Technische Univeritt Mnchen, Germany) Simulation-Based Decision Support for Systems Engineering Experience Acceleration Doug Bodner (Georgia Institute of Technology, USA) Jon Wade (Stevens Institute of Technology, USA) Alice Squires (Stevens Institute of Technology, USA) Richard Reilly (Stevens Institute of Technology, USA) Peter Dominick (Stevens Institute of Technology, USA) George Kamberov (Stevens Institute of Technology, USA) Bill Watson (Purdue University, USA) Discounting Procedures in Large Engineering Projects Arif S Malik (Sultan Qaboos University, Oman)

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