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Course Description

This introductory SysML workshop provides students with a solid foundation for applying Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) principles and best practices with SysML, the industry-standard architecture modeling language for systems engineering applications. The workshop teaches students how to solve practical problems using all SysML diagram types and Allocation Tables. This workshop is designed to integrate basic modeling tool training with NoMagic's Cameo Systems Modeler and Cameo Enterprise Architect.

Course Outline

  • MBSE + SYSML: OVERVIEW
    • Intro to Model-Based Systems Engineering 
    • Agile MBSE SDLC (System Development Life Cycle) Quick Tour
      • SysML Quick Tour 
    • SysML Diagram Techniques
      • Overview: All nine SysML diagram types + Allocation Tables 
      • Practice Work Sessions: Requirement (REQ), Use Case (UC), Package (PKG) 
    • Agile MBSE SDLC Phases
      • Overview: All Agile MBSE SDLC Phases 
      • Practice Work Sessions: System Requirements Analysis 
    • Special Topics
      • Requirements Analysis Patterns 
      • Requirements Analysis: Architecture QA Guidelines 
      • Requirements Analysis: Anti-Patterns to Avoid 
  • MBSE + SYSML: BASIC SYSTEM ANALYSIS
    • SysML Diagram Techniques
      • SysML BASIC Diagram techniques + Block Definition (BDD), Internal Block (IBD), Activity (ACT), Allocation Tables (ALLOC) 
  • Agile MBSE SDLC Phases
    • System Analysis (Functional Analysis) 
  • Special Topics
    • Object Analysis & Domain Analysis Patterns 
    • Customizing SysML: Profiles 
    • Extending Verification & Validation (V&V) Patterns 
    • System Analysis: Architecture QA Guidelines 
    • System Analysis: Anti-Patterns to Avoid 
  • MBSE + SYSML: BASIC SYSTEM DESIGN
    • SysML Diagram Techniques
      • SysML INTERMEDIATE Diagram techniques + Internal Block (IBD), Parametric (PAR), Sequence (SEQ), State Machine (STM), Allocation Tables (ALLOC)
    • Agile MBSE SDLC Phases
      • System Design 
    • Special Topics
      • Interface-Based Design, Component-Based Design & Service-Oriented Architecture Design Patterns 
    • Extending Verification & Validation (V&V) Patterns 
    • System Design: Architecture QA Guidelines 
    • System Design: Anti-Patterns to Avoid 
  • MBSE + SYSML: BASIC MODELING TOOL – CAMEO [Module# MBSE-110-CAM]
    • Projects and diagrams 
    • Generating documentation 
    • Importing/exporting models 
    • Requirements verification (traceability) 
    • Model validation and metrics 
    • Model simulation/execution 
    • Team modeling 
    • Diagram Techniques 
    • Use Case, Requirement, Activity, Block Definition, Internal Block, Sequence, State Machine, Parametric, Package, Allocation Tables 
  • MBSE + SYSML: PROJECT PRACTICUM
    • MBSE + SysML model peer reviews 
    • MBSE + SysML model revisions and extreme makeovers 
    • Selected advanced MBSE+ SysML modeling tool techniques including, but not limited to, behavioral ModSim (Model Simulation), mathematical (parametric) ModSim, automated document generation, automated code generation (Round-Trip Engineering), etc.  

Learner Outcomes

  • What is Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) and how does SysML enable it? 
  • SysML’s basic and advanced constructs for modeling requirements, structure, and behavior (all 9 SysML diagrams + Allocation Tables) 
  • How to draw SysML diagrams, simulate/execute SysML diagrams, and generate reports using a selected SysML tool: Cameo Systems Modeler / Cameo Enterprise Architect 
  • How SysML can specify large, complex system architectures and the full System Development Life Cycle (SDLC)
  • How to trace Requirements and perform Verification & Validation (V&V) on a SysML model 
  • Practical guidelines for specifying correct, complete, clear, concise, and consistent models 
  • How you can customize SysML for specific domains, such as aerospace-defense, manufacturing, and communications. 
  • How SysML work artifacts can be used with Model-Based Systems Engineering processes 
  • How to select SysML tools and methods 
  • How to plan your transition to a MBSE approach 
  • How to learn more about MBSE and SysML modeling

Duration

3 Days | 6 Nights

Applies Towards the Following Certificates

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Section Title
Model Based System Engineering (MBSE) (Cameo)
Type
Instructor-Led
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T, Th
Time
5:00PM to 8:00PM
Dates
Oct 26, 2021 to Nov 11, 2021
Schedule and Location
# of Course Hours
18.0
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Course Fee(s)
Rate non-credit $2,295.00
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