2014 – Systems Engineering mit SysML/UML

Tim Weilkiens.
Systems Engineering mit SysML/UML.
3rd edition. dpunkt.verlag. 2014.

Systems consist of building blocks from different disciplines such as hardware, software or mechanics. Progress enables ever more complex systems, the market demands ever faster development times, and globalization leads to internationally distributed development teams. Systems engineering, with its holistic, cross-disciplinary perspective, is of outstanding importance in this environment.

Using the pragmatic modeling approach SYSMOD and an end-to-end case study, this book demonstrates the methods of systems modeling with the Systems Modeling Language (OMG SysML™).

A separate chapter is devoted to each of the SysML and UML™ languages (on which SysML is based), covering all language elements. Another chapter describes the language extension of SysML (profile) for SYSMOD. The appendix contains a translation of the English terms and a comprehensive glossary.

The 3rd edition is based on the current SysML version 1.4, which brings some innovations. It also contains the elements of the previous version 1.3, which did not exist at the time of the 2nd edition. SYSMOD now explicitly addresses the architecture types: Base Architecture, Logical Architecture, Physical Product Architecture and Functional Architecture. Further, a new chapter has been included to prepare for the OMG’s OCSMP (OMG Certified Systems Modeling Professional) certification.

“Along with the worldwide systems engineering certification (including SysML), now is a good time to start straight, learn and apply SysML. This book is a fantastic support for that endeavor.”
From the Foreword byRichard Mark Soley, OMG

Systems Engineering mit SysML/UML