- Integration, Systems
- System integration
Exact Matching Concepts from Other Schemes
Closely Matching Concepts from Other Schemes
- found: Work cat.: Franta, Allen L. Integrating spacecraft systems, 1966: p. ii (integration of a satellite or spacecraft system consists of combining the mechanical and electrical subsystem elements into a single entity through the application of logical processes taking into account the physical and functional aspects of the subsystem interrelationships)
- found: ITS technical glossary [at North Carolina Office of Information Technology Services web site], via WWW, Feb. 11, 2003 ("Systems integration - the progressive assembling of system components into a whole system")
- found: Plexeon Logistics [commercial web site], via WWW, Feb. 11, 2003: "site map" at bottom menu, home page; "network integration & deployment services" under "PLC integration" (systems integration is the ability to make dissimilar systems and applications operate as one cohesive unit. It requires the requisite knowledge of manifold operating characteristics related to total system function)
- found: Information technology for manufacturing management [commercial web site for MSI magazine], via WWW, Feb. 11, 2003: "glossary" at home page side menu (Systems integration: The ability of computers, instrumentation, and equipment to share data or applications with other components in the same or other functional areas)
- 2003-02-12: new
- 2003-05-22: revised
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