SYSMOD is an MBSE toolbox for pragmatic modeling of systems. It is well-suited for use with SysML. This book offers a set of methods with roles, inputs, and outputs, concrete modeling guidances, and examples showing how the methods can be applied with SysML.
- Requirements modeling, System Context, Use Cases
- Functional, Logical and Product Architectures
- Modeling guidances on how to create a SysML model
- Full-fledged SysML example
- Best Practices
- Complete definition of a profile for SYSMOD
- Adoption of MBSE in an Organization
- SysML v1.6 in a Nutshell
The research presented in this book covers considerations on how to utilize Systems Engineering (SE) and Model-Driven Engineering (MDE) concepts for the development of robust and dependable Smart Grids.
It discusses the specification and implementation of a standards-based Domain Specific Language (DSL), denoted as SGAM Toolbox. Furthermore, it demonstrates the application of this toolbox on the basis of different case studies.
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SysML does not provide explicit built-in language constructs to model variants. Nevertheless, SysML is useful to create a model for variants. The VAMOS method presented in the book Variant Modeling with SysML is one option on how to model variants with SysML. It uses the profile mechanism of SysML to extend the language with a concept for variant modeling. The concepts are core, variation point, variation, variant, variant constraint, and variant configuration. The book shows how to apply the concepts with standard SysML modeling tool.More info →
The engineering of products faces an increasingly complex and dynamic environment. Megatrends like the Internet of Things (IoT) and the industrial internet respectively Industry 4.0 change the rules on the field. They require a new kind of engineering and thinking. Only companies that can adapt themselves to the frequent and partially disruptive changes in the complex and dynamic markets are successful in the long term.More info →
Die Einführung neuer Technologien im Rahmen der Digitalisierung der maritimen Domäne führt zur Etablierung einer Vielzahl an heterogenen nicht kooperierenden Systemen in einer komplexen Systemumgebung. Mit der Einführung der e-Navigation möchte die International Maritime Organization (IMO) die Interoperabilität zwischen etablierten und künftigen Systeme unter Miteinbeziehung der jeweiligen operativeren Prozesse ermöglichen.More info →