Tag: SysML

Open source MBSE Plugin for MagicDraw with SysML

A message from the  INCOSE Telescope modeling challenge team: The INCOSE Telescope modeling challenge team releases version 1.1. of its MBSE plugin for MagicDraw with SysML: https://sourceforge.net/projects/mbse4md/ Support for more productive Model Based Systems Engineering, following the recommendations in the Cookbook of the INCOSE SE2 Challenge team. The Plugin for the MagicDraw modelling tool provides support…
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What’s new in SysML 1.3

The newest version 1.3 of the SysML will be published in a few weeks. The development of the version 1.3 already finished last year and we currently work on the next version 1.4. I’ll report on the work for the 1.4 version in a separate post in the near future. Typically the dot versions of…
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The SysML callout notation

I’ve just found this question in a sysml discussion forum: Is it really not possible to place requirements objects on an Activity, State Machine, or several other similar behavioral diagrams? Yes, it is not allowed to put requirement elements on a state machine or activity diagram. Since it is essential to show such cross cutting…
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Update: SYSMOD and MagicDraw

NoMagic provides a free SYSMOD plugin for MagicDraw (see Download page). NoMagic just released SysML version 17.0.1 SP2 with the following updates for the SYSMOD plugin: The New SYSMOD profile version is now with enhanced variants modeling support (See CarAccessSystem example model). The message box stating that the SYSMOD plugin should be installed will no longer…
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The Death of the Actor

The technical term System is relative and depends on the viewpoint. From one viewpoint an entity is a system, from another one it is a subsystem or an external system. It is a role that is applied to an entity. You loose this flexibility of changing the viewpoint if you model a system context with…
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MBSE in a Blog

In many respects, the future of systems engineering can be said to be “model-based.” (INCOSE Vision 2020) Model Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) is a key technology to respond to the need of developing more and more complex systems in more and more complex (network) organizations. I work in the MBSE domain since 10 years. I’ve written…
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