Webinar 6 2015 - SysML model integration with MATLAB/Simulink®
Systems Modeling Language (SysML) is used to capture systems design as descriptive and analytical system models, which relate text requirements to the design and provide a baseline to support analysis and verification.
SysML Parametric models enforce requirements and capture constraints on the performance or physical properties of systems, which can then be evaluated by an appropriate analysis tool to support wide variety of engineering analysis and simulations.
The session demonstrates
- SysML Parametric modeling concepts
- Practical use cases of Parametric model analysis
- Cameo Simulation Toolkit as parametric evaluation tool
- Different constraint specification languages and solvers
- How to set and use a MATLAB as a parametric solver
- Integrating MATLAB functions into parametric models
- Simulink integration alternatives
Nerijus Jankevicius is a Product Manager at No Magic Inc, managing and envisioning the Model-Based Systems Engineering environment development. During 17 years at No Magic, he was actively and deeply involved into development of MagicDraw, SysML plugin and Cameo Simulation Toolkit, helping to make them one of the most recognized MBSE solutions on the market.
During more than 10 years, Nerijus also contributed to UML and SysML standards working groups at Object Management Group (OMG), becoming one of the leading UML/SysML experts and consultants, one of the first OMG Certified Advanced UML 2.0 Professionals in Europe.
Nerijus delivered workshops and trainings in Systems Modeling and Model Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) at major facilities in research and industry like NASA/JPL, Bombardier Transportation, GE Transportation, Kongsberg Defense & Aerospace, Pratt & Whitney Canada, BAE Systems and MITRE, gave various presentations and talks at international conferences.