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1 IC-MBSE 2010 Models as a Foundation for Systems Engineering – Should We Expect a Breakthrough? 3 rd International Conference on MBSE George Mason University David Long Vitech Corporation

2 IC-MBSE 2010 The Transition to Models? MBSE transition graphic reprinted from INCOSE MBSE Workshop, February

3 IC-MBSE 2010 Building a Community Government Agencies Industry Practitioners Standards Bodies Professional Organizations Academic Institutions Tool Vendors 3

4 IC-MBSE 2010 Thermal/Heat Dissipation: 780° Ergonomic/Pedal Feedback: 34 ERGS Hydraulic Pressure: 350 PSI Sensor MTBF: 3000 hrs Power Rating: 18 Amps Hydraulic Fluid: SAE 1340 not- compliant Casting an Initial Vision Reprinted from INCOSE MBSE Workshop, February 2010 Minimum Turn Radius: 24 ft. Dry Pavement Braking Distance at 60 MPH : 110 ft. Minimum Turn Radius: 24 ft. Dry Pavement Braking Distance at 60 MPH: 110 ft. 90 ft 4

5 IC-MBSE 2010 INCOSE MBSE Vision Reprinted from INCOSE MBSE Workshop, February Maturity MBSE Capability Ad Hoc MBSE Document Centric 2010 Well Defined MBSE Institutionalized MBSE across Academia/Industry Reduced cycle times Design optimization across broad trade space Cross domain effects based analysis System of systems interoperability Distributed & secure model repositories crossing multiple domains Defined MBSE theory, ontology, and formalisms Emerging MBSE standards Matured MBSE methods and metrics, Integrated System/HW/SW models Architecture model integrated with Simulation, Analysis, and Visualization Planning & Support Research Standards Development Processes, Practices, & Methods Tools & Technology Enhancements Outreach, Training & Education 5

6 IC-MBSE 2010 Advancing Technology Computing power Cloud computing Database technologies Reasoning engines … 6

7 IC-MBSE 2010 The Development of SysML 7

8 IC-MBSE 2010 SysML – An Enabler and a Threat? SysML as an Enabler A visual modeling language with semantics and standard notation Communication alignment with software domain SysML as a Threat MBSE ≠ SysML Complexity of representation Rate of incorrect implementation (SysML treated as a series of diagrams) “SysML as a universal and complete representation” 8

9 IC-MBSE 2010 Communication Mismatch: Manager, Architect, and Domain Experts Process Interview Process Name: Owner: Process Notes 9

10 IC-MBSE 2010 Communication Mismatch: Enabling Communication in the SME’s Language Reprinted from DoDAF

11 IC-MBSE 2010 Models and Languages SysML AP233 DoDAF 11

12 IC-MBSE 2010 Evolution of Frameworks and Standards AP233 12

13 IC-MBSE 2010 Contractual Boundaries 13

14 IC-MBSE 2010 Expanded Vehicles for Research and Innovation For the practitioner Wizards, aids, and process guides Intelligent agents SE design automation Heuristics Patterns and pattern recognition Assisted engineering … For our customer Sensitivity analysis (requirements and requirement changes) Trade space capability and portfolio analysis Automated assurance of system integrity … 14 Research and innovation vehicles Organic MBSE Community / Working Groups Masters and Doctoral students (growth in SE programs) Systems Engineering Research Center (SERC) DARPA META program

15 IC-MBSE 2010 Changes in the Systems Domain The SE domain COTS, GOTS, and reuse – increased emphasis on integration and reconfiguration for new capabilities Intelligent, adaptive (self-evolving), and chaotic systems Widely divergent system lifetimes (cell phones and submarines) Compressed cycle time / accelerated time to market Dominance of commercial systems An era of evolution Influences of new technologies (biotech, …) Rise of cost-effectiveness (limited government budgets, market economics in commercial domain) Rise of national specialization The noteworthy challenges of this generation are systems problems 15

16 IC-MBSE 2010 Begin with the End in Mind 16

17 IC-MBSE 2010 The Path to the Future 17


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