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MBSE (Model-Based Systems Engineering) is now familiar to many organizations and companies. When we use Enterprise Architect for MBSE, usually we use SysML for modelling language. There are 9 diagrams in SysML and there are many methodologies about MBSE, so there are lots of methods to use Enterprise Architect for MBSE.


But usually, any method requires lots of diagrams and lots of elements. It must take much time to create a MBSE model. You may hesitate to adopt MBSE since you have not understood its value and effect yet.
I introduce very simple MBSE method ‘Minimum MBSE’ to do MBSE with Enterprise Architect and SysML. This is very simple method by cutting off many usually-important information, so this method is suitable for trial. If you understand value and effect of MBSE, Enterprise Architect and SysML, you should choose another method and try for full-scale MBSE method.


The Minimum MBSE is best for the following situations.

  • You already have enough knowledge about the target system and/or domain.
  • It is better that the target system already exists and you need to enhance or modify the system.
  • The system size is not so large. Only 1 or couple of engineers will create model.

So, the Minimum MBSE is NOT suitable for the following situations.

  • You do not have enough knowledge about the target system and/or domain.
  • The target system is new.
  • The target system is large and/or complex.

The following figure shows artifacts and their relationships by this method.

 

 You can download the whole article PDF from here.

In this artricle, we use our Traceability Suite Add-In for checking traceablity in model. For detail about the Add-In, visit here

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Monday, 12 September 2016 16:35

Enterprise Architect for Systems Engineers

 

Wednesday, Sept 21 | Friday, Sept 23, 2016 – 09:00 AM to 5:00 PM (EDT)
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You really CAN have a highly-effective Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) implementation in a short period of time! In fact, it is essential that the MBSE environment you setup has all of its required components upfront in order to avoid costly pitfalls later on, especially for large complex projects and systems.

Many of our customers use Sparx Systems Enterprise Architect as the tooling component because beyond supporting SysML, the standard language for MBSE, it also makes it easy to support the other essential components of the MBSE environment.

 

Our workshop Implement Highly Effective MBSE: A 7-Part Strategy is coming up in 2 weeks.

Please read this to see how this workshop will help you ...

  • Launch a highly-effective MBSE environment in a short period of time
  • Avert costly implementations by adopting the “right” practices in addition to “best” practices
  • Get management buy-in and sustained support

 

Below is the official information and registration page:

Wed, Aug 21, 2013 to Thu, Aug 22, 2013
Location: Online Workshop
Expert-led, Strategic Workshop
Uses Enterprise Architect (EA) v.10
 

 Committed to your professional education,

 

The Cephas Training Team

Authorized Training Partner for Sparx Systems

Email  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Phone 866.433.3183 #101

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