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18 March 2015 Dinner Lecture – SE Considerations for Applying Model Based Systems Engineering (MBSE)

by Communications Team on March 6, 2015  •   Print This Post Print This Post   •   

March 18, 2015 – March 18, 2015

Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory

Building 200, Room 100. This is across Johns Hopkins Road from our usual meeting place.

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Mark Walker Mark Walker, BCT VP, Systems Engineering Programs

Presentation: This presentation discusses key topics that must be accurately and completely developed during the initial stages of a system development when applying Model Based Systems Engineering (MBSE). The key topics addressed are: Stakeholder Needs Analysis, System Use Cases, Scenarios, Sequence Diagrams, (MBSE), Systems Modeling Language (SysMLTM), Architecture & Modeling and Requirements. The use of the term “Initial Stages” refers to the activities in the upper left of the Systems Engineering V diagram where it is essential to develop and understand Stakeholder Needs and to translate these into well-defined Stakeholder and systems engineering products and architecture views/models. The architecture views refers primarily to the SysMLTM diagrams: Use Cases and Sequence Diagrams with additional discussion on several other SysMLTM diagrams.

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