Systems engineering modelling for the real world and for systems professionals.
The systems modelling language (SysML) is the first formal profile of the Unified Modelling Language (UML) aimed specifically at systems engineering professionals. The UML has been used by systems engineers for many years, but the SysML provides a set of extension mechanisms that allow some system-related constructs, such as real-world physical constraints and physical flows and connections to be more-formally represented.
The SysML has been in development for many years now and has only recently been fully agreed and specified. This long agreement process has seen the SysML evolve over several major iterations, including two separate proposals from different teams. As a consequence of this long and often confusing evolution, there are many misconceptions associated with the SysML such as its status as a profile, its autonomy as a language and just how it can be best applied for systems engineering.
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