Webinar 2 2016 - Fundamentals of Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE)
Thursday, 17 March 2016
03:00 PM GMT, 10:00 AM CDT, 11:00 AM EDT, 04:00 PM CET
The topic addresses fundamental concepts of model-based systems engineering (MBSE) in practice. It covers language, method, and modeling tool of MBSE, mainly focusing on the last one.
The session demonstrates
- UI of the modeling tool
- Creation of a new project and presentation artifacts (diagram, table, matrix, and element)
- Difference between symbol and element
- Difference between element containment and composition
- Creation of relationships between elements
- Navigation in the model
- Difference between element definition and usage
- Difference between element type and instance specification
The presentation takes about fifty minutes and the question-answer section – about ten. The audience are able to submit questions in a written form throughout the webinar.
The session is hosted by Aiste Aleksandraviciene, Solution Architect at No Magic, Inc.
Aiste has been with No Magic, Inc. since 2010. Currently she is a Solution Architect and takes responsibility for organizing webinars, producing and maintaining training material as well as educating No Magic clients on modeling languages, methods, and tools via customer support, social networks, etc. Her expertise area is model-based systems engineering (MBSE) with special focus on managing system requirements. Also, Aiste actively collaborates with her colleagues in writing papers to promote the MBSE culture in systems engineering.
Before joining the Solution Architects team, Aiste worked as the Documentation Manager and has over 5 years of practice as a technical writer. While producing technical documentation of No Magic products, she gained a lot of experience of modeling with UML, SysML, UPDM, etc., working in collaborative environment (Teamwork Server, CEDW), publishing and reviewing models on the web (Web Portals, Cameo Collaborator). She has initiated the migration from printable documentation formats to the online wiki and is a founder of http://docs.nomagic.com.