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3.5.1 Moving Forward with UML for Systems Engineering (SE)


The primary objective for systems engineering is to develop costrneffective system solutions, which satisfy customer and stakeholder needs.rnOver the past few years, several process standards have been introduced tornhelp accomplish this objective, including ANSI/EIA 632, IEEE 1220, ISOrn15288, and the CMMI. However, a critical missing element has been arnstandardized language to specify, design, and verify complex systems. Arnstandard modeling language for systems engineering, is intended to bridgernthe semantic gap between systems, software, and other engineeringrndisciplines, and improve the ability to exchange systems engineeringrninformation amongst tools.rnThe Unified Modeling Language has become a de-facto standardrnamongst the software community for analyzing and designing software. Thernlanguage is believed to be sufficiently robust to support extensions to addressrnthe needs of systems engineering. However, there are significant challengesrnfor UML to provide a complete, unambiguous, and intuitive representation forrnmodeling systems. This includes representing hierarchical behavior,rncontinuous time systems, inputs and outputs, physical structure,rnperformance, physical, and other system characteristics, such-as reliabilityrnand safety, and parametric relationships.rnIn July 2001, the International Council on Systems Engineering (INCOSE)rnand the Object Management Group (OMG) initiated a collaboration tornaddress this need. The Systems Engineering Domain Special Interest Grouprn(SE DSIG) was chartered, and held its kickoff meeting in September, 2001,rnwith the goal of extending UML for systems engineering.rnThe SE DSIG has focused its initial efforts on establishing a set ofrnrequirements for UML for systems engineering, and a technology roadmap tornimplement the requirements through the OMG technology adoption process.rnThis is intended to result in an RFP, issued by the OMG, for a SE UMLrnProfile, which will define the subset of UML and associated extensions tornaddress the systems engineering modeling needs. Industry teams will form tornrespond to the RFP with their solutions, which will then be evaluated by thernOMG, and adopt a preferred solution as the standard. This effort is closelyrnaligned with the ISO AP-233 effort to develop a data interchange standard forrnsystems engineering, which is focused on tool interoperability.rnThis panel will provide a forum for presentation and debate on the issuesrnassociated with adopting UML as a standard modeling language for systemsrnengineering. This includes both technical issues related to using UML for SErn(I.e. modeling physical systems, functional decomposition, continuous time,rnetc), as well as organizational issues related to adopting a new language (I.e.rnCustomer acceptance, training, etc.). The panel presentations and Q&A willrnaddress both issues and solutions. The results of the panel presentationsrnand discussion, along with additional information on the SE DSIG initiative,rnwill be available on the OMG SE DSIG website at http://syseng.omg.org.......

【关 键 词】: 3.5.1 Moving Forward with UML for Systems Engineering (SE)
【会议名称】: aEngineering tommorow's today!
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【会议时间】: 2003
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