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Extending the System Model

Research Area: Year: 2017
Type of Publication: In Collection Keywords: Model-based systems engineering, Product life-cycle, Realizations modelling, Model-driven engineering modelling, Analysis and simulation
Authors: Pasquinelli, Mauro; Molina-Tanco, Luis; Reyes-Lecuona, Arcadio; Cencetti, Michele
Publisher: Springer, Cham
Editor: Stefan N. Grösser, Arcadio Reyes-Lecuona, Göran Granholm
Month: May
Pages: 169-189
ISBN: 9783319454375
This chapter briefly reviews the state of the art in existing system modelling practice in support of project activities that span a product’s lifecycle in different industry types (e.g., large series, small series, one-of-a-kind). Issues of collaboration, gaps in supporting the entire lifecycle and the advantages of defining (and sharing) semantics are discussed. The benefits achieved through the use of models to maintain control of system consistency are described, along with examples of the requirements for using this approach in practice and the potential impacts on company workflow. The maturity and expected advantages of known solutions and proposed extensions to current practices are also described.

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