This SysML/UML training course is aimed at real-time systems engineers, software architects and developers who want to use SysML to produce a detailed model of the context, requirements, structure and behaviour and UML for software architecture and design of real-time systems. Typically this will be for industrial, military and aerospace applications requiring the use of SysML for requirements and systems modelling, but where the software modelling is normally performed using UML. Industry best practice modelling techniques are based on the Systems Modelling Language SysML v1.5 and Unified Modelling Language UML v2.5.
The techniques are taught within the context of systems engineering disciplines including specification, analysis, architecture, design, validation and testing and are suitable for implementation as part of a model-driven software development process. Understanding is tested with exercises based on a real-world project example using Sparx Systems Enterprise Architect or another suitable SysML modelling tool. In order to make the exercises relevant to the project in question a customer domain specific model may be created instead of using a supplied case study.
Systems Engineers, Requirements Gatherers, System Architects, Analysts and Developers with at least 2 years experience. This course is not suitable for those seeking certification as a step towards a qualification. See the Certification Policy for a detailed discussion.
Courses normally start at 9.30am on the first day, 9.00am on subsequent days and finish at 5.00pm each day with an hour for lunch and a 15 minute break in the morning and again in the afternoon. Course attendance is normally limited to 12 students.
The client is expected to provide an appropriate venue, refreshments, high resolution projector or large screen, whiteboard or flipchart and at least one computer per two students loaded with at least the evaluation version of Enterprise Architect or another suitable modelling tool. For a discussion of the use of modelling tools, please see Modelling Tool Use on Courses. A printed course manual with copies of all presentations, exercises and solutions will be provided for each student. For a full discussion of on-site course logistics please see On-Site Course and Workshop Logistics.
The client is expected to provide an appropriate conferencing service that allows the instructor to join the online meeting, share their screen, talk to each and every student on the course and view their screen if necessary to support their individual modelling work. They should also provide a computer for each student loaded with at least the evaluation version of Enterprise Architect or another suitable modelling tool. For a discussion of the use of modelling tools, please see Modelling Tool Use on Courses. Copies of all presentations, exercises and solutions will be provided electronically. For a full discussion of remote course logistics please see Remote Course and Workshop Logistics.
A firm quotation for this course or workshop, delivered either onsite (in-house) at your UK-based premises or remotely (online), can be obtained from one of the Course and Workshop Price Calculators available on the CRaG Systems site. For on-site courses outside the UK, custom courses, or classes of greater than 12 students, please email: email@example.com or call +44 (0)845 003 9358.
|Training Course Outline|
IntroductionPeople - Course Structure - Modelling - System Modelling Language SysML - UML for Software Architecture and Design
Requirements ModellingRequirements Diagrams - Requirements - Hierarchic Requirements - Derived, Copy, Satisfy and Trace Dependencies - Test Cases - Callouts - Generating Documents - Managing Traceability - Repositories
Requirements Modelling Workshop
Specifying Functional Requirements with Use CasesSystem Use Cases and Actors - Primitive Use Cases and the Basic Course - Writing Effective Use Case Descriptions - Writing Sub-flows and Alternate Flows - 'Include' and 'Extend' Relationships - Modelling Timing Constraints
System Use Case Workshop
Block Definition DiagramsBlocks - Block Definition Diagrams - Value Types - QuantityKind - Unit - Enumerations - Stereotypes - Instance Specification - Namespace and Structure Compartments - Dependency - Reference, Part and Shared Associations - Containment - Generalization
Block Definition Diagrams Workshop
Internal Block DiagramsParts (Properties) - Internal Block Diagrams - Standard Ports and Connectors - Bi-Directional and Uni-Directional Connectors - Interfaces and Data Types - Binding Connectors - Flow Ports - Flows and Flow Specifications
Internal Block Diagrams Workshop
Parametric ModellingConstraint Blocks - Parametric Diagrams - Constraint Properties
Parametric Modelling Workshop
Modelling Behaviour as ActivityActivity Diagrams - Activities, Activity Parameters, Parameter Sets - Actions, Action Pins, Control and Stream Pins - Objects - Control and Object Flows - Events, Signals and Interruptible Regions - Control Operator - Control Nodes: Initial, Final, Decision, Merge, Fork and Join - Partition and Allocation - Hierarchy with Structured Activities
Activity Modelling Workshop
Modelling Interaction and MessagingInteractions, Messages, Operations and Methods - Sequence Diagrams - Synchronous and Asynchronous Messages - Execution Specification - Selection and Iteration - Creation and Destruction - Timing Constraints - Diagram Links
Interaction Modelling Workshop
Modelling State Dependant BehaviourThe Meaning of the State Model - State Machine Diagrams - States and Transitions - Events and Conditions - Actions and Activities - Hierarchy and Concurrency - Actions on a State - Consistency with Other Diagrams - Direct Implementation
State Modelling Workshop
Architecture, Components and Implementation DiagramsPackages and Dependencies - Stereotypes - Control Objects - Layered Real-time Architectures - Interfaces, Subsystems and Components - Tasking - Component Diagrams - Deployment Diagrams
System Architecture Workshop
Detailed DesignSubsystem Design - Architectural Patterns - Linking to Libraries and Frameworks - Visibility and Other Properties - Completing the Model - Incremental Development - Traceability and Review
Detailed Design Workshop
Should the content of the available SysML courses not fit your exact requirements, then CRaG Systems can create a custom course for you. Please either email or call us to discuss your particular needs.
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SysML and UML for Real-Time Software Systems Development Training Course - 5 Days