Lecture13_ParaMagic

Lecture13_ParaMagic - Model-Based Systems Engineering:...

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1 Click to edit Master subtitle style Model-Based Systems Engineering: Modeling Parametric Relationships Leon McGinnis Chris Paredis www.pslm.gatech.edu/courses www.omg.org/ocsmp
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2 To Learn ParaMagic Work through the tutorial, every step Read the Users Guide, as it contains important requirements and limitations that may not be covered in the tutorials The following slides give the overall workflow for using ParaMagic
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3 Creating a Model You are creating two models; one of a system of interest, and one of the equations that you want to evaluate for this system; the structure of these two models is represented in a bdd All the blocks in your model of the system of interest must be in a single package, and the instances of this model must be in a single package; The bdd for your model of the system of interest must have one block—the “root”—which is not a part of, or referenced by any other block
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4 Creating a Model, cont’d You create and add to your model
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