Broadcast date: November 25th, 2020 – Language: English

In this episode, we take a look at a SysML v2 release. At regular intervals, the SysML Submission Team (SST) publishes a release of the pilot implementation of the new SysML v2, including implementations for Jupyter Notebook and for Eclipse, the current state of development of the SysML v2 specification, and client implementations of the new SysML v2 API & Services.

The releases give a deep but not easy insight into the current state of SysML v2 and we will unpack a release in this episode and explain and try out the individual parts.

Show Notes

Our simple SysML v2 example from the show:

/** * Example MBSE Podcast episode #3 – Unboxing SysML v2 **/ package MBSEPodcast { import ScalarValues::*; part def SimpleSystem { attribute mass:Real; } part mySystem : SimpleSystem { part p1 : SimpleSystem; part p2 : SimpleSystem; part p3 : SimpleSystem; } }

2 comments on “Episode 3 – Unboxing SysML v2 [EN]
  1. Panagiotis Markopoulos says:

    Thanks for the clear presentation of the MBSE pilot implementation contents. Could you please point out where is the parser for the .kerml and .sysml source files “hidden” in the Eclipse projects? The sysml library looks also like consisting only of source files at first sight.

    Vielen Dank und schöne Grüße aus Hamburg!

  2. TimW says:

    Sorry for the late response. The notification message was killed by my spam filter.

    The parser is inside the eclipse plugin org.omg.sysml.size.zip (https://github.com/Systems-Modeling/SysML-v2-Release/tree/master/install/eclipse). You can find the source code in the Github repository of the pilot implementation: https://github.com/Systems-Modeling/SysML-v2-Pilot-Implementation

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