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Chapter Meeting - November 13
Automated Requirements Verification using SysML
Presenter: Dr. Saulius Pavalkis
: Systems Modeling Language (SysML) is used to capture systems design as descriptive and analytical system models, which relate text requirements to the design and provide a baseline to support analysis and verification.This session will demonstrate how model of the system, expressed with sufficient precision, can be used to support early requirements validation and design verification, particularly when coupled with an execution and simulation environment.
Additionally, we will show how to use test cases and associated verification procedures as combination of inspection, analysis, demonstration, and testing to verify that the designs satisfy the system requirements.
The session demonstrates:
- Representing text-based requirements in Cameo Systems Modeler
- Requirements traceability, gap and coverage analysis
- Refining and formalizing requirements
- Selecting verification method
- Defining test cases and analysis models
- Performing automated requirements verification
- Recording verification results, generating verification reports
: Saulius Pavalkis is the Chief MBSE Solutions Architect at Dassault Systems (Former No Magic, Inc.). Saulius has 15 years of experience working on modeling solutions working as a consultant, trainer, PLM products integration manager, a former analyst in the R&D department core MagicDraw team. Saulius is helping with successful MBSE adoption at major companies: Ford, Boeing, NASA, Orbital ATK (NGC), Draper. Saulius has Ph.D. in Software Engineering – models traceability, BS, and MS in Telecommunication and Electronics Engineering. Last few years represents No Magic, Inc. at INCOSE CAB. In 2018 Saulius received lifetime achievement award from No Magic, Inc. “Cameo Award for Modeling, Simulation & Analysis Excellence.” Founder and chief editor of a modeling community blog (blog.nomagic.com) dedicated to sharing practical model-based engineering experience. Contributor to systems engineering conferences: INCOSE IS, NDIA, GLRC, NMWS.
Model Based Systems Engineering Interest Group November 17
Location: Allen, Tx. RSVP required. Send email to Yvonne and Barry to sign up. bpapke @ nomagic . com; yvonne_bijan @ hotmail . com
The agenda will be as follows:
Part 1 – Establish the Process
- Conduct a group review of one section of the Handbook to establish the process and expectations.
- Conduct an instructor led development of a model of the section we analyzed.
Part 2 – Prepare for Individual Team Activities
- Provide instructions on how to install the tools and how license will be sent out along with a EULA for the project.
The Handbook section I propose to start with is Section 4.3 System Requirements Definition Process
End of Year Networking Event - December 8
La Hacienda Ranch
5250 Hwy 121,
Colleyville, TX 76034
When: December 8, 5:30 P.M.
What: Buffet style dinner
Dinner Includes: Unlimited Portions- Chips, salsa, chicken and beef fajitas, grilled shrimp, cheese enchiladas topped with chili, Tex Mex rice and beans, sour cream, guacamole, pico-de-gallo, grated cheese and fresh tortillas.
Dress code is casual.
How much: Members and their guest pay $12 per person in advance and cover their own beverages onsite.
The chapter pays the rest.
Member reservations are confirmed once the member has paid. Members may cancel the reservation by November 30 for a full refund. Refunds will not be issued for cancellations after the 30th.
Payments are made payable to INCOSE.
Mail checks to:
1601 Roxboro Lane
McKinney, TX 75071
Include your email and Jerome will send a confirmation when he has received payment.
Yvonne and Jerome will collect payments in person from those who wish to do so.
-welcome new members
-congratulate newly certified
-accomplishments throughout year
-introduce 2019 board members