This is an interesting paper on Functional Architectures in SysML: .
It's similar in thinking to some of the work I'm being doing this year with automotive customers. This work has "driven me" ;-) to use meta-modelling and advanced customisation techniques in Rhapsody to build custom profiles for automotive systems engineering with Rhapsody. It also highlights how automotive differs from other sectors in the way it "thinks" (particularly when it comes to functional safety and ISO 26262 although one could argue it both ways about the challenges of this).
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Wednesday, 8 July 2020
Interesting paper on functional architectures in SysML
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