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Course Number: 11501
Length: 3 Days
College Credits: 24
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SysML Training

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SysML is a general-purpose architecture modeling language for Systems Engineering applications that supports the specification, analysis, design, verification, and validation of a broad range of systems and systems-of-systems.

Some of the systems supported by SysML include hardware, software, information, processes, personnel and facilities.

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OMG formulated SysML 12 years ago. The aim was to create a simple, yet powerful modelling language for a wide range of applications in systems engineering.

Today, perhaps SysML is best recognized as an enabling technology for Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE).

Most experts in this field believe that MBSE with SysML offers the generic element type requirement, as well as subclasses: business requirement, usability requirement, functional requirement, performance requirement, interface requirement, physical requirement, and design constraint.

SysML is based on its predecessor Unified Modeling Language (UML) and replaces the modeling of classes and objects by block modeling for a vocabulary more suited to System Engineering.

According to the OMG (Object Management Group) there are four sets of viewpoints that are captured in SysML:

  1. Structural – These viewpoints establish the definition of elements: the composition of systems, their properties and organizational grouping.
  2. Behavioral — Viewpoints that describe how these elements function.
  3. Requirements – These viewpoints allow for a systems engineer to create, relate, trace, and analyze the formal requirements within the SoS.
  4. Parametric – These viewpoints allow for the application of constraints on systems via logical and mathematical expressions.

SysML facilitates the description of complex system design, as a hierarchy of interacting system components, while at the same time enables the independent description of each component behavior.

However, in order for the system designer to decide whether a SoS architecture is efficient, non-functional properties, such as performance or cost, should also be taken into consideration.

SysML Training Course by Tonex

The term Model-Based Systems Engineering and its acronym MBSE are popular among Systems Engineers who advocate the use of SysML as a standard architecture modeling language for Systems Engineering applications, and who want to distinguish their approach from Model-Driven Development and its variants, which tend to be software centric.

SysML (Systems Modeling Language) is based on UML and replaces the modeling of classes and objects by block modeling for a vocabulary more suited to Systems Engineering. A block encompasses all software, hardware, data, process and even people management concepts.

For systems engineers, Systems Modeling Language (SysML) basically helps in representing system-related information in universally accepted dynamic diagrams. Essentially, SysML extends UML with powerful systems engineering capabilities for modeling a wider spectrum of systems and capturing all aspects of a system’s design.

The advantage of Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) and SysML is the ability to create models/diagrams for the system instead of using documents. When the systems engineer defines or creates something in a diagram, the SysML tool maintains consistency in all the other diagrams in a process called traceability.

Benefits of SysML include:

  • Improved communications
  • Assists in managing complex system development
  • Separation of concerns
  • Hierarchical modeling
  • Other life cycle support (such as training)
  • Improved design quality
  • Reduced errors and ambiguity
  • More complete representation
  • Support incremental development and evolutionary acquisition.

This reliance on diagrams rather than documents has catapulted SysML as the de facto enabling technology and modeling language for MBSE.

In December, SysML 1.6 was published by the Object Management Group (OMG), which describes itself as an international, open membership, not-for-profit technology standards consortium.

A major change in SysML 1.6 is the removal of the constraint that properties typed by a block must be defined as an end of an association. In practice, you can now, for example, create part properties in an internal block diagram without modeling a composition association relationship.

SysML Training Course by Tonex

Systems Modeling Language Training Course is an extension to Systems Engineering training providing a comprehensive and practical resource for modeling systems with SysML.

SysML Training

The Systems Modeling Language (SysML) is a visual modeling language useful for Systems Engineering applications supporting the specification, analysis, design, verification and validation of a broad range of systems and systems-of-systems (SoS).

These systems may include hardware, software, information, processes, personnel, and facilities. SysML is a dialect of UML 2, and is defined as a UML 2 Profile (Profile = UML customization that uses Stereotypes, Tagged Values, and Constraints). SysML is an enabling technology for Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE)

SysML for Systems Engineering includes Systems modeling, System Analysis and System Design as essential enabling techniques for systems engineering processes Systems Modeling Language, a subset of UML for Systems Engineering.

SysML Training Course provides technical details of SysML as a systems engineering modeling language. The syntax of SysML is covered and each concept is explained through a number of hands-on practical application workshops and a complete SysML v1.3 Reference Guide.

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Learn about:

  • UML and SysML
  • Model-based systems engineering (MBSE) approach
  • SysML diagrams and language
  • Look at SysML from the systems engineering process viewpoint
  • Develop a system conceptual model and architecture using SysML
  • System architecture, modeling and design with SysML

The SysML training course covers the following:

  • Provides a comprehensive overview of the SysML concepts, terminology and modeling notation
  • Shows attendees how to create analysis and design models with SysML
  • Covers the complete system-modeling life cycle from requirements to validation of the system
  • Presents many practical case studies
  • 50% lectures and 50 % practical (hands on exercises).

Learning Objectives

Upon completion of this course, the attendees will be able to:

  • Describe UML
  • Describe SysML
  • Describe model-based systems engineering approach
  • List SysML diagrams and language concepts
  • Apply SysML as part of a model based SE process
  • Explore transitioning to SysML
  • Synthesize and analyze existing architecting approaches to enhancing creativity while reducing ambiguity and complexity
  • Utilize out-of-the-box holistic system thinking
  • Develop a system conceptual model and architecture using SysML
  • Define system architecture, modeling, form, function, structure and behavior with SysML
  • Describe how a system’s function emerges from its form and behavior
  • Describe the notions of system, product, service, and project with SysML
  • Model a combined Project-Product Life cycle Management system and study the benefits of the project-product synergies with SysML
  • Work with real life projects using SysML

Course Agenda

Overview of Systems Engineering (SE)

  • Systems Engineering Overview
  • Model-Based Systems Engineering
  • SysML Language Overview
  • SE Practices for Describing Systems
  • Specifications
  • Interface requirements
  • System design
  • Analysis & Trade-off
  • Test plans
  • Stakeholders Involved in System Acquisition

What is Model-based systems engineering (MBSE)?

  • What is a model?
  • Principles behind MBSE
  • Formalized application of modeling to support system requirements, design, analysis, verification and validation activities
  • SE Artifacts and transitions to MBSE
  • System Life Cycle Specifications
  • Interface requirements
  • System design
  • Analysis & Trade-off
  • Test plans
  • MBSE benefits
  • Modeling at multiple levels of the System
  • Operational model
  • System model
  • Component model
  • MBSE to support complex predictive and affects-based modeling
  • Relationship between SysML and MBE/MBSE

Overview of  SysML

  • Diagram Overview and Language Concepts
  • What is SysML?
  • UML for Systems Engineering
  • SysML Diagram Taxonomy
  • A subset of UML with extensions
  • SysML as a UML Profile
  • Systems including hardware, software, data, personnel, procedures, and facilities
  • SysML in specification, analysis, design, verification, and validation of systems

Overview of System Modeling with SysML

  • Functional/Behavioral Model
  • Performance Model
  • System model
  • Structural/Component Model
  • Other Engineering Analysis Model
  • Model-Based Systems Engineering Benefits
  • Shared understanding of system requirements and design
  • Assists in managing complex system development
  • Improved design quality

The Structure of an Element or System

  • System
  • Hardware
  • Software
  • Data
  • Procedure
  • Facility
  • Person

SysML Diagram Techniques

  • Use Case
  • Requirement
  • Activity
  • Block Definition
  • Internal Block
  • Sequence
  • State Machine
  • Parametric
  • Package
  • Allocation Tables

SysML Modeling Elements

  • Allocations
  • Rationales
  • Diagram Frames
  • Model Views and Viewpoints
  • Problems

SysML Diagram Taxonomy

  • Behavioral Diagram
  • Activity Diagram
  • Sequence Diagram
  • State Machine Diagram
  • Use Case Diagram
  • Requirement Diagram
  • Structural Diagram
  • Block Definition Diagram
  • Internal Block Diagram
  • Package Diagram

Working with SysML

  • Structure: Definition and Use
  • Behavior: Interaction, State Machine and activity/functions
  • Requirements
  • Parametrics
  • SysML Diagram Frames
  • Package Diagram
  • Views
  • Internal Block Diagram
  • Allocations
  • Basic Structural elements

Workshops

  • Working with a SCADA System Modeling Example and Functional Analysis using SysML
  • Systems Engineering of a Sustainable Energy System Example Using SysML
  • Modeling MQ-8 Fire Scout Project using SysML
  • Structure and Concepts
    • The Requirement Diagram
    • Allocation
    • Block Diagrams
    • The Parametric Diagram
    • The Use Case Diagram
    • The Activity Diagram
    • The State Machine Diagram
    • Interaction Diagrams
    • General Modeling Elements
    • Actor Categories
    • Discipline-Specific Elements
    • Extended Requirement
    • Essential Activity
    • Domain Block
    • Weighted Requirement Relationships
    • Continuous and Secondary Use Cases
    • Stakeholders
    • Systems and Subsystems
    • System Context Elements
    • System Processes
    • SysML Language Architecture
    • Model with Packages
    • Structure with Blocks
    • Constraints with Parametrics
    • Flow-Based Behavior with Activities
    • Message-Based Behavior with Interactions
    • Event-Based Behavior with State Machines
    • Functionality with Use Cases
    • Cross-Cutting Relationships with Allocations

SysML Reference Guide

SysML Language Architecture

  • Design Principles
  • Architecture
  • Extension Mechanisms
  • SysML Diagrams

Structural Constructs

  • Model Elements
    • Overview
    • Diagram Elements
    • UML Extensions
    • Usage Examples
  • Blocks
    • Overview
    • Diagram Elements
    • UML Extensions
    • Diagram Extensions
    • Stereotypes
    • Model Libraries
    • Usage Examples
  • Ports and Flows
    • Standard Ports
    • Flow Ports
    • Item Flows
    • Diagram Elements
    • UML Extensions
  • Diagram Extensions
    • FlowPort
    • FlowProperty
    • FlowSpecification
    • ItemFlow
    • StandardPort
    • Stereotypes
    • Block
    • FlowDirection
    • FlowPort
    • FlowProperty
    • FlowSpecification
    • ItemFlow
  • Constraint Blocks
    • Overview
    • Diagram Elements
    • UML Extensions
    • Diagram Extensions
  • Stereotypes

Behavioral Constructs

  • Activities
  • Diagram Elements
  • UML Extensions
  • Interactions
  • Overview
  • Diagram Elements
  • State Machines
  • Use Cases

Crosscutting Constructs

  • Allocations
  • Requirements
  • Diagram Elements
  • Profiles & Model Libraries

 

SysML Training

Who Should Attend

Systems engineers, system modelers, system architects, software engineers, system integrators, analysts and designers, product developers, project leaders, project heads,

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