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Model-Based Systems Engineering Track: Using Executable SysML Models to Generate System Engineering Products

Speaker: Robert Karban - NASA/JPL
When: Day 2 : Monday May 23rd

The system engineering life-cycle creates a number of products built from interdependent sources of information using different kinds of system level analysis. This presentation focuses on leveraging the Executable System Engineering Method (ESEM) that automates some system level analysis (e.g. requirements verification, power and mass budget margins, duration analysis of operational modes) using executable SysML modeling patterns that involve structural, behavioral and parametric diagrams, and the open source Model Based Engineering Environment (openMBEE).