John Warfield Exhibit

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A diagram drawn by Warfield illustrates the iterative process used in systems engineering.

This diagram was created by John Warfield to provide a visual representation of the Interpretive Structural Modeling process.

This figure, with hand drawn images by Warfield, was used in numerous presentations to explain the difficulty in solving complex problems.

The Interactive Management process is comprised of 5 distinct components, seen in this diagram. The drawing is taken from 1985's "A Course in Generic Design."

This 1973 sketch shows the interaction between humans and digital computers, to be used in the Interpretive Structural Modeling process devised by Warfield.

This one page excerpt is from a large binder of computing materials related to the PENNSTAC computer project at Penn State in the 1950's. Note that the diagram has been approved and initialed by Warfield.