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Feb02

Mission Engineering Analysis in CORE / GENESYS

by rkratzke

By Ron Kratzke, Principal Systems Engineer

Over the past year there has been an increased interest in performing “Mission Engineering” during initial concept development. This has come about for many reasons, one of which is an effort to ensure that subsequent operational and system architectures – and the systems developed to support them – are aligned with and support the missions for which they were designed in the first place. More...

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Categories: CORE Software | GENESYS | MBSE

Jan12

Fundamentals – Judging Our Tools

by zscott

Zane Scott, Vitech Vice President of Professional Services

The ultimate test of any tool is whether or not it helps the user in the way intended at its acquisition. In other words, “Does it do what we need it to do for us?” This is certainly true for systems engineering tools. To judge their value, we must look first and foremost to their performance against our needs.  More...

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Categories: CORE Software | GENESYS | MBSE

Oct20

Extending Variant Management to Behavior and Testing Architectures

by rkratzke

By Ron Kratzke, Principal Systems Engineer

In a previous post entitled “Variant Management in an MBSE Environment,” I covered the techniques used in CORE and GENESYS to capture variants in the physical architecture.

In this post, I will cover techniques to capture variants of the behavior architecture and development of testing architectures.

Continuing the example from the previous post, we had two workstation variants, the OS Mac workstation and Windows PC workstation.

 

Let’s assume that the “nominal” workstation had the following behavior: More...

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