Model-Based Systems Engineering with SysML

Training Summary
This course provides an introduction to model-based systems engineering using SysML. It provides a description of the three pillars that support the systems engineering effort – methodology, language, and tools. The methodology is informed by the Object-Oriented Systems Engineering Methodology, a product of the International Council on Systems Engineering (INCOSE). The language is SysML, a standard produced by the Object Management Group (OMG) and implemented in multiple modeling tools. Sparx Systems Enterprise Architect is the tool provided for this course. The course presentation can be modified to accommodate organizations with their own development processes and different toolsets.
Students should possess basic systems engineering knowledge.
3 Days/Lecture & Lab
This course is intended for those in systems engineering.
Course Topics
  • Introduction to MBSE
  • MBSE Process and Methodology
  • Introduction to SysML
  • Model Organization
  • Analyze Takeholder Needs
  • Manage Requirements
  • Refining Requirements
  • Developing a Logical System Architecture
  • Describing System Behavior
  • Allocation
  • Modeling Constraints

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