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Course Description

UAF Comprehensive 5-Day with Cameo Enterprise Architect

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  • This course is designed for experienced systems or enterprise architecture modelers with SysML modeling experience, practical experience with one or more enterprise architecture frameworks (e.g. DoDAF, MODAF, etc.) and practical experience using No Magic Tools (MagicDraw or Cameo bundled suites.)
  • This course addresses all UAF Model Kinds and View Specifications focusing on the model elements, relationships and diagrams.  This course does not teach the underlying SysML/UML modeling fundamentals, nor does it teach the common/core features of No Magic Tools.  The hands-on portion will be limited to UAF-specific modeling patterns and language features.


Completion of the 5-Day “SysML Intensive with MBSE Using Cameo Systems Modeler” course.

Students will be required to have practical experience in application of the following:

No Magic Core Tool Features:

  • Diagram, Model Element, and Relationship creation
  • Specification Window and setting/modifying model element properties
  • Tables, Matrices and Relation Maps
  • Basic Queries
  • Model Navigation

SysML Language Features:

  • Blocks and Block Properties (Structural and Behavioral)
  • Value Types, Constraint Blocks, Interface Blocks, and Properties
  • Activities, State Machines, and Interactions
  • Requirements, Constraints, and Parametrics
  • All SysML Diagram Types

Training Curriculum

Day 1

Introduction to Enterprise Architecture and UAF

UAF Overview

This section of the course provides an overview of the UAF Framework and its relationship and differences from UPDM 2.0 and DODAF 2.0.  It also provides an overview of Enterprise Architecture vs System Design in the context of the Systems Engineering Lifecycle.

  • Introduction to Unified Architecture Framework
  • Differences from UPDM 2.0/DODAF 2.0
  • Enterprise Architecture vs System Design

Model Kinds

This section of the course describes the model elements, relationships, and diagrams that are applicable to each model kind.

  • Taxonomy (Tx)
  • Structure (Sr)
  • Connectivity (Cn)
  • Processes (Pr)
  • States (St)
  • Interaction Scenarios (Is)
  • Constraints (Ct)
  • Roadmap (Rm)
  • Traceability (Tr)
  • Information (If)
  • Parametrics (Pm)

Day 2

View Specifications

This section of the course describes each view specification and describes the elements, relationships, and diagrams for each model kind that are unique or specific to the view specifications.  It will include limited hands-on lab exercises to practice UAF-specific modeling patterns.

  • Strategic
  • Operational
  • Resources
  • Personnel

Day 3

View Specifications (continued)

  • Services
  • Security
  • Projects
  • Standards 

Day 4

View Specifications (continued)

  • Actual Resources
  • Requirements
  • Summary and Overview
  • Dictionary
  • Metadata

Day 5

Lab Exercise

  • 4-Hour Immersion Lab

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