Tag: SysML v2

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MBSE and AI – A Conversation with the Black Box

Read the blog or watch the video at the end (or both :-)! I remember an inspiring exchange with a visionary about 20 years ago. He told me that he would like to have a black box that would simply implement his ideas for him. Instead of focusing on the actual engineering, you spend most…
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MBSE and AI – Let’s talk machine

What impact will AI have on MBSE? I’m pretty sure the impact is big, but what does it mean specifically? What is already going on, what can we expect in the future, and what role does MBSE play in the context of AI? Do we even need MBSE anymore?

The SysML v1 to SysML v2 Migration

Many companies in different industries have implemented MBSE with SysML at great expense. And now comes SysML v2. What does this mean for those companies? Does everything have to be rebuilt?

The SysML v2 Specialization Kinds

Specialization is an important concept in modeling languages. The upcoming SysML v2 has a solid foundation of different kinds of specializations. This article provides an overview. In SysML v1 (and UML) the concept is called Generalization – just upside down.. It is basically the same, although the details are different.

SysML v2 Modeling Tools

To get an overview of the SysML v2 tool landscape, I have collected the tools in a list.

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2022 will be an important Year for SysML v2

SysML v2 has been talked about for a very long time. But when is it finally coming?

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The SysML v2 Lab

The SysML v2 Lab is an open service to experiment with the pilot implementation of SysML v2. It is an online lab for the MBSE community to easily try out SysML v2, share experiences or learn from others’ experiences.

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SysML v2 Release: What’s inside?

This article gives an overview of the regularly published SysML v2 releases containing the current status of the language and pilot implementation development. It is based on the script of the MBSE podcast #3: Unboxing SysML v2.

MBSE Podcast: Unboxing SysML v2

Christian and I take a look at a SysML v2 release. At regular intervals, the SysML Submission Team (SST) publishes a release of the pilot implementation of the new SysML v2, including implementations for Jupyter Notebook and for Eclipse, the current state of development of the SysML v2 specification, and client implementations of the new SysML v2 API & Services.

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New incremental SysML v2 release 2020-09

Another step is done: there is a new incremental release of the SysML v2 specification and pilot implementation. You can download it here http://openmbee.org/sysml-v2-release/2020-09.