SysML for Systems Engineering: A Model-Based Approach (2nd Edition)

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Author(s): Jon Holt  and  Simon Perry
Publication Year: 2013

SysML is a tailored version of the unified modelling language (UML) that meets the needs of today's systems engineering professional. SysML for Systems Engineering, 2nd Edition: A model-based approach provides a thorough introduction to the language and considers how best to apply it to projects and businesses using model-based systems engineering (MBSE). This new edition of this popular text has been fully updated to reflect SysML 1.3, the latest version of the standard, and the discussion has been extended to show the power of SysML as a tool for systems engineering in an MBSE context. Beginning with a thorough introduction to the concepts behind MBSE, and the theoretical aspects and syntax of SysML, the book then describes how to implement SysML and MBSE in an organisation, and how to model real projects effectively and efficiently, illustrated using an extensive case study. Topics covered include: Model-based systems engineering; SysML and systems Modelling; SysML diagrams; Process modelling with SysML; Modelling requirements with SysML; Modelling architectures with SysML; Realising MBSE with SysML. SysML for Systems Engineering, 2nd Edition: A model-based approach is an essential introduction to the implementation of MBSE using SysML for research-based and practising systems engineers, managers and students, systems architects, project managers, software engineers, process engineers, and enterprise architects.

Inspec keywords: modelling; systems analysis; formal verification; systems engineering; formal specification

Other keywords: systems modelling; expanded requirements modelling; diagramming guidelines; expanded process modelling; architectural frameworks; SysML notation; MBSE concepts; model-based systems engineering

Subjects: Systems analysis and programming; Simulation, modelling and identification; General and management topics; Control applications

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