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Thursday, 03 November 2016 14:18

New SysML Book for Enterprise Architect Users

We are very proud to announce that Dr. Oliver Alt from LieberLieber has finished a much enhanced version of his previously german SysML book in english.

“Practical Model-based Systems Engineering with SysML – Handbook”

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 Highlights:

- Model-based Systems Engineering with SysML and the Control Chain approach
- All in-practice-relevant topics for Model-based Systems Engineering are covered in this book
- Learn about SysML and the related state-of-the-art technologies and how to use them with Enterprise Architect

This book is your key to learning all of the relevant things you need to know about the practical use of Systems Modeling Language (SysML) and Systems Engineering for mechatronic systems.
It introduces you to the Control Chain approach for describing hardware/software systems on a logical level.
With this methodology you can describe hardware and software components as a comprehensive functional assembly.
This book is also your introduction to Systems Engineering and SysML as a pragmatic approach.
Only relevant modeling language elements used in everyday practice are covered to keep it as simple as possible, and to reduce learning effort.
In spite of this, you are provided with enough background information for your daily work in Systems Engineering for designing simple or even very complex systems.

New state-of-the-art topics have been added, such as data integration with ReqIF, system data linking using OSLC-technology, Industry 4.0 and Big Data in Systems Engineering.

You can buy get your copy on Amazon (click this)!

Or buy it here via share-it (click this)!

 

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Following the resounding success of last year’s first-ever event for the German Enterprise Architect User Community, it is our sincere pleasure to invite you once again on October 7th, 2014 to Munich. Thanks to the generosity of Airbus, this year’s European Enterprise Architect User Group Event 2014 will be held at Airbus Group Headquarters in Ottobrunn, southeast of Munich, Germany.

Clotilde Marchal, Head of Systems Engineering Steering Group, will start the keynote with insights into the strategic role of model based systems engineering (MBSE) and corporate initiatives in this area at Airbus Group, and will be followed by Carsten Strobel, Research Team Leader for Model-Based Systems & Software Engineering at Airbus Group. He will explain how only model-based development allows a network of associations to be displayed, analyzed and solved within a multidisciplinary environment, as tightly integrated as possible, yet above and beyond disciplines and domains. Infineon Technologies and the Austrian Virtual Vehicle Research Center will concentrate their joint speech on the use of Enterprise Architect in the automotive sector by presenting the main findings of the project VeTeSS. Furthermore, the organizers will also present interesting topics: Ian Mitchell from Ability Engineering will talk about "Models to Shout About" and Phil Chudley from Dunstan Thomas will have a speech on "Blocks, Ports and Their Connections - A Practical Approach to SysML 1.3 Modeling using Enterprise Architect".

These are only some of a wide variety of practical use cases that will be presented on two tracks on October 7th. All presentations will be delivered in two parallel sessions by dedicated Enterprise Architect experts, and during coffee and lunch breaks you’ll have plenty of opportunity to get to know users, speakers and stakeholders eager to share their experiences.

So, register today for the most interesting and informative meeting in the European Enterprise Architect User Community! Get the latest information on the newest trends and developments in the world of Enterprise Architect, learn the best tips and tricks from other users and even get the answer to that question you’ve always wanted to ask!

The User Group Event is organized by the Enterprise Architect User Group EAUG (Dunstan Thomas, Ability Engineering and LieberLieber Software), tickets are available from:
http://www.eausergroup.com/

Looking forward to seeing you in Munich,
Best wishes,

European Enterprise Architect User Group 2014
Tuesday, October 7th, 2014
9 am - 5 pm
Airbus Group
Willy-Messerschmitt-Straße
85521 Ottobrunn

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APG is offering their Sparx Systems Engineering Course via web-based delivery on January 29th. Course will have live instructor with maximum of 8 students. Email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for details and pricing.

Topics Covered:

·     Build Domain Model

·     Model System Design

·     EA workspace configuration

·     Parts and values

·     Domains and blocks

·     Value types, units, and dimensions

·     Diagrams and elements

·     SysML block definition diagrams

·     Relationships and properties

·     Model Constraints

·     Capture System Requirements

·     Constraint blocks and binding connectors

·     Importing requirements from documents

·     Parametric simulation

·     SysML requirements diagrams

·     SysML parametric diagrams

·     Traceability matrices

·     Model System Interaction

·     Searching and navigating model

·     Ports, interfaces, and signals

·     Build Use Case Model

·     Flow properties and flow items

·     Use cases, actors, and packages

·     SysML internal block diagrams

·     Use case interactions and fragments

·     Model System Behavior

·     SysML use case and sequence diagrams

·     Activities, flows, synchronization bars

·     Model System State

·     Partitions, pins, decisions, guards

·     States, transitions, events

·     SysML activity diagrams

·     Guards, actions, activities

·     Allocations

·     SysML state machine diagrams

 
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On October 8th, 2013
in Nuremberg, Germany,

you are invited to join the next

European EA User Group event.

 

This gives EA Users in Central Europe the best opportunity this year to learn, share and explore Enterprise Architect best practice.

 

The venue is the RInghotel Loeuw's Merkur in the heart of Nuremberg.

Building on the experience gained at our hugely successful London event in May, the day will include a range of speakers, workshops and exhibits.
Choose sessions from any of the 3 tracks of content:

  • Track 1 - Systems Engineering Focus (in German)
  • Track 2 - Business Analyst Focus (in German)
  • Track 3 - English stream (including presentations on TOGAF, MDGs, and User stories to inspire and encourage wider adoption of EA in your organisation)

With many speakers and topics unique to this event, and supported by Sparx Systems, this is an event not to be missed. 

The registration fee of just 97€ will provide you with access to practical EA knowledge and experience, lunch and refreshments!
Visit www.eausergroup.com to find out more and book your place.

PS. There are only 150 places available, and they are selling fast, so to make sure that you don't miss this great opportunity, BOOK NOW.

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Monday, 11 October 2010 00:00

SysML Modelling Language explained

This article introduces the OMG SysML modelling language, dedicated to complex systems combining software and hardware realisations. SysML, adopted in 2006 by the Object Management Group, provides a vocabulary suitable to Systems Engineering e.g. by modelling Blocks instead of classes. SysML uses a subset of UML2 and defines its own extensions, making it a smaller language that is easier to learn and apply.

Abstract:

UML, the standard modelling language used in the field of software engineering, has been tailored to define a modelling language for systems: SysML or Systems Modeling Language.

This article is intended to provide a non-exhaustive presentation of SysML including some background about Systems Engineering and SysML, and a review of each SysML diagram and modelling techniques.

The article "SysML Modelling Language explained" is available from the following PDF document (size: 747 KB).

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