Lecture19_ExtendingSysMLwithProfiles

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1 Click to edit Master subtitle style Model-Based Systems Engineering: Extending SysML with Profiles Leon McGinnis Chris Paredis www.pslm.gatech.edu/courses www.omg.org/ocsmp
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2 Overview What is a Meta-model? Stereotypes and Profiles Model Libraries Domain-Specific Modeling Tool Customization
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3 Modeling Languages SysML = Language Collection of model elements + grammar Concepts: block, activity, requirement, … Relations: generalization, dependency, part property SysML model = instances of SysML model elements A SysML model conforms to the SysML language How is the SysML language defined?
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4 Modeling Language = (meta) Model Modeling Language is defined as a meta-model Meta-model is defined in a meta- modeling language The MOF language (Meta-Object Facility) How is a meta-modeling language defined? Part of the meta-model for UML
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5 What is Meta-Modeling?
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Stereotypes and Profiles Stereotype = extension of meta-class Add semantics:
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