A Practical Guide to SysML

A Practical Guide to SysML

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A Practical Guide to SysML: The Systems Modeling Language is a comprehensive guide for understanding and applying SysML to model systems. The Object Management Groupa€™s OMG SysML is a general-purpose graphical modeling language for representing systems that may include combinations of hardware, software, data, people, facilities, and natural objects. SysML supports the practice of model-based systems engineering (MBSE) used to develop system solutions in response to complex and often technologically challenging problems. The book is organized into four parts. Part I provides an overview of systems engineering, a summary of key MBSE concepts, a chapter on getting started with SysML, and a sample problem highlighting the basic features of SysML. Part II presents a detailed description of the SysML language, while Part III illustrates how SysML can support different model-based methods. Part IV discusses how to transition MBSE with SysML into an organization. This book can serve as an introduction and reference for industry practitioners, and as a text for courses in systems modeling and model-based systems engineering. Because SysML reuses many Unified Modeling Language (UML) concepts, software engineers familiar with UML can use this information as a basis for understanding systems engineering concepts. Authoritative and comprehensive guide to understanding and implementing SysML A quick reference guide, including language descriptions and practical examples Application of model-based methodologies to solve complex system problems Guidance on transitioning to model-based systems engineering using SysML Preparation guide for OMG Certified Systems Modeling Professional (OCSMP)The system needs to heat water and condense steam at the same time as specified in the activity diagram. The single-phase heat transfer equation, which is applied when heating liquid water, relates mass flow rate, change in temperature, and specific heat to heat flow (q rate). Note that ... Also note that specific heat and latent heat are represented as read only properties of H2O, because they dona#39;t vary.

Title:A Practical Guide to SysML
Author:Sanford Friedenthal, Alan Moore, Rick Steiner
Publisher:Elsevier - 2011-11-22


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