Category: GENESYS

Variant Management in CORE and GENESYS (Part I)

When teaching classes on model-based systems engineering, I am frequently asked about methods to manage different system configurations in the model. Most engineers are very comfortable thinking in part structures, and while this is a critical aspect of systems engineering, it’s not the whole story. To answer the question and …

Test Configuration Management in MBSE

As groups look to the broader potential of model-based systems engineering (MBSE), supporting test and evaluation in a MBSE environment – and model-based T&E – has become a subject of interest. This has been the subject of recent presentations at various venues including the 2016 Systems Engineering Test and Evaluation …

Reviewing the Class Diagram in GENESYS 4.0

The class diagram displays the static structure and composition of a system.  In GENESYS the class diagram allows us to show the Component entities (blocks) that describe a system and display their attributes and operations as well as key relationships among the entities.   The class diagram has its roots …