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"SysML is the new industry-standard language designed specifically to support modern systems engineering. I cannot imagine a better way to learn SysML than to read about it from the masters: Friedenthal, Moore, and Steiner led the design of this important new language and now cap that effort with this comprehensive and highly readable guide for both novices and experts." -Bran Selic, Malina Software Corporation "This book is just the ticket you need to get started on the road to adopting standards-based, model-based systems engineering (MBSE) methods. The authors have done an outstanding job in providing detailed coverage of the SysML language and semantics supported through worked examples." -Jeff Estefan, Principal Engineer, NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory "The authors of this book have been invovlded in SysML development since its inception, and have the understanding necessary to explain it clearly. In particular, the activity diagrams chapter accurately and concisely describes the SysML extensions to UML for functional flow modeling." -Conrad Bock, OMG Lead for Activity Modeling in SysMLContent: Front Matter, Pages ii-iiiCopyright, Page ivPreface, Pages xvii-xxAcknowledgments, Page xxiAbout the Authors, Page xxiiiChapter 1 - Systems Engineering Overview, Pages 3-14Chapter 2 - Model-Based Systems Engineering, Pages 15-27Chapter 3 - Getting Started with SysML, Pages 29-49Chapter 4 - An Automobile Example Using the SysML Basic Feature Set, Pages 51-83Chapter 5 - SysML Language Architecture, Pages 87-102Chapter 6 - Organizing the Model with Packages, Pages 103-117Chapter 7 - Modeling Structure with Blocks, Pages 119-183Chapter 8 - Modeling Constraints with Parametrics, Pages 185-204Chapter 9 - Modeling Flow-Based Behavior with Activities, Pages 205-250Chapter 10 - Modeling Message-Based Behavior with Interactions, Pages 251-275Chapter 11 - Modeling Event-Based Behavior with State Machines, Pages 277-301Chapter 12 - Modeling Functionality with Use Cases, Pages 303-315Chapter 13 - Modeling Text-Based Requirements and Their Relationship to Design, Pages 317-341Chapter 14 - Modeling Cross-Cutting Relationships with Allocations, Pages 343-368Chapter 15 - Customizing SysML for Specific Domains, Pages 369-389Chapter 16 - Water Distiller Example Using Functional Analysis, Pages 393-429Chapter 17 - Residential Security System Example Using the Object-Oriented Systems Engineering Method, Pages 431-519Chapter 18 - Integrating SysML into a Systems Development Environment, Pages 523-556Chapter 19 - Deploying SysML into an Organization, Pages 557-563Appendix A - SysML Reference Guide, Pages 565-593References, Pages 595-597Index, Pages 599-615
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