Tien M. Nguyen

California State University, Fullerton

Dr. Tien Nguyen serves as an Adjunct Research Professor in Mathematics at CSUF, where he is also a visiting scholar and chair of the board of advisors at the Center of Computational and Applied Mathematics. He works full-time as a Sr. Project Leader at The Aerospace Corporation. Prior to this position, he was Associate Director, Interim Director, and Principal Technical Staff. Previously, he was with Raytheon serving as Program-Area Chief Engineer in Advanced Concept Technology and retired as Engineering Fellow in 2014. He was also with NASA-JPL and had served as NASA delegate to the international CCSDS and many of his works were adopted as CCSDS standards. He received his Ph.D. in Applied Mathematics from the Claremont Graduate University. He has published more that 250 technical papers and reports; and holds 16 patents and 1 pending. He is an expert in advanced mathematical modeling of complex systems-of-systems, space exploration communications, traditional/non-traditional PNT, decision support and satellite systems.

Tien M. Nguyen

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This professional technical book presents complex topics on System-of-System (SoS) and Systems-of-Systems (SOS) engineering, SOS enterprise architecture (SOSEA) design and analysis, and implementation of SOSEA framework along with the modeling, simulation and analysis (MS&A) models in MATLAB. In addition, the book also extends the use of SOS perspectives for the development of computer simulation models for complex processes, systems, decision support systems, and game-theoretic models. This book is intended for two reader categories; namely, a primary and secondary category. The primary category includes system engineers, SOS architects, and mathematicians. The secondary category includes scientists and researchers in space/airborne systems, wireless communications, medicine, and mathematics, who would benefit from several chapters that contain open problems and technical relevance.

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