Author: Tim Weilkiens

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NextGenSysML Part 9 – Requirements Requirements

This blog post presents the requirements for the modeling of requirements with SysMLv2. It is part of a blog post series about the upcoming new SysML v2 and SysML API & Services standard. The blog posts present the requirements for the standard stated in the request for proposals (RFP) published by the OMG.

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NextGenSysML Part 8 – Behavior Requirements

This blog post presents the requirements for behavior modeling with SysMLv2. It is part of a blog post series about the upcoming new SysML v2 and SysML API & Services standard. The blog posts present the requirements for the standard stated in the request for proposals (RFP) published by the OMG. See the end of…
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NextGenSysML Part 7 – Interface Requirements

This blog post presents the requirements for interface modeling with SysMLv2. It is part of a blog post series about the upcoming new SysML v2 and SysML API & Services standard.

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NextGenSysML Part 6 – Structure Requirements

This blog post presents the requirements for structure modeling with SysMLv2. It is part of a blog post series about the upcoming new SysML v2 and SysML API & Services standard.

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New SYSMOD MDG Technology for Enterprise Architect 14 available

The company LieberLieber has released a new version of the SYSMOD MDG Technology for the modeling tool Enterprise Architect v14. The addon provides stereotypes defined by the MBSE methodology SYSMOD. You can download the addon for free from the LieberLieber website: www.lieberlieber.com The SYSMOD methodology and the SysML extension for SYSMOD is described in the…
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NextGenSysML Part 5 – Properties, Values & Expressions Requirements

This blog post presents the requirements about properties, values, and expressions for SysML v2. It is part of a blog post series about the upcoming new SysML v2 and SysML API & Services standard. The blog posts present the requirements for the standard stated in the request for proposals (RFP) published by the OMG. See…
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NextGenSysML Part 4 – Cross-cutting Requirements

This blog post presents the cross-cutting requirements for SysML v2. It is part of a blog post series about the upcoming new SysML v2 and SysML API & Services standard. The blog posts present the requirements for the standard stated in the request for proposals (RFP) published by the OMG. See end of this post…
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NextGenSysML Part 3 – Language Architecture and Formalism Requirements

This blog post presents the SysML v2 language architecture and formalism requirements. The previous blog post gave an overview of the general requirements on proposals for OMG Request for Proposals (RFP). Following blog posts present details of specific sections of the RFP’s. A fundamental concept of a modeling language architecture is the metamodel. It defines…
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The New Engineering Game – Strategies for Smart Product Engineering

In time for Christmas, the eBook edition of my new book is ready and published. The print edition will be released in early January when the proof was successful. Organizations face an increasingly complex and dynamic environment on the market. The Internet of Things and in particular the industrial internet respectively Industry 4.0 change the…
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SysML Question: Why you should not connect ports with associations?

It is tempting to connect the small port boxes in the block definition diagram with solid lines (= associations) to express that the corresponding building blocks communicate with each other. That is forbidden! But why? This blog post gives you the answer. The SysML forbids an association between ports and a good modeling tool should…
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