Tag: Mbse

  • An Introduction to Model-Based System Engineering (MBSE) and model value

    An Introduction to Model-Based System Engineering (MBSE) and model value

    Contents: Take the MBSE FREE mini-course Model-Based System Engineering (MBSE) is the formalized application of modelling to support system requirements, design, analysis, verification and validation activities beginning in the conceptual design phase and continuing throughout development and later life cycle phases. MBSE with Arcadia method provides a guided step-by-step to all that are looking to…

  • Understanding what is the MBSE Arcadia method

    Understanding what is the MBSE Arcadia method

    Arcadia model elements traceability

  • Complete handbook to MBSE using the Arcadia method

    Complete handbook to MBSE using the Arcadia method

    Contents: A new project within a small or big company, may start with some level of planning to understand and define what activities should be needed and undertaken for developing a given system. That is, defining and agree what is process, organisation capabilities, tools needed and the Work Breakdown Scope (WBS) priorities for each project.…

  • System Analysis illustrated guide with detailed steps and examples

    System Analysis illustrated guide with detailed steps and examples

    This perspective focuses on the system itself as a black box, in order to define how it can satisfy the former operational needs. This perspective builds an external functional analysis, which is constructed based on the operational analysis and textual input requirements and outlined with respect to them.

  • Logical Architecture illustrated guide with detailed steps and examples

    Logical Architecture illustrated guide with detailed steps and examples

    The principle of the Logical Architecture (LA), commonly called logical architecture, starts to “open the box” by implementing the big decisions of the solution, in terms of principles of construction, and ways to fulfil the expectations of stakeholders.

  • Physical Architecture illustrated guide with detailed steps and examples

    Physical Architecture illustrated guide with detailed steps and examples

    This perspective defines the finalized architecture of the system, as it should be completed and integrated. It adds the functions required by the implementation and technical choices and reveals the behavioural components that perform these functions.

  • How to capture textual requirements in Capella complete step-by-step guide

    How to capture textual requirements in Capella complete step-by-step guide

    Capturing textual requirements in Capella complete step-by-step describes how to configure and capture textual requirements within the MBSE Capella modelling tool. You can find install instructions for the Capella requirements viewpoint captured under the wiki Requirements VP. Referencing Capella requirements viewpoint First step, ensure requirement viewpoint is active, tool and model elements contributed by this…

  • MBSE with Capella step-by-step practical example (draft)

    MBSE with Capella step-by-step practical example (draft)

    Contents 1. Introduction 2. Create new project 3. Operational Analysis model 3.1. Capture Operational Entities and Actors 3.2. Capture Operational Capabilities 3.3. Define Operational Activities 3.4. Define Operational Activities Interactions 3.5. Allocate Operational Activities 3.6. Describe Operational Capabilities with Operational Process 3.7. Describe Operational Capabilities with Operational Activity and Entity Scenarios 3.8. Operational Analysis traceability…