Requirements Analysis for UML for SE
The Requirements Analysis for UML for Systems Engineering (SE) is is an
SE DSIG working document, which is derived from a variety of sources, including
the SE Conceptual Model, the SE UML Prototype and Evaluation effort, RFI
responses, and related documentation (e.g. papers,).
is organized into categories corresponding to system structure, behavior,
properties, requirements, verification, and a general category. For each
category, the key concept is defined, perceived issues are identified relative
to expressing the concepts in UML 1.x, and alternative approaches are provided
to address the issues when available.
The initial version 0.1 was
developed and reviewed at the Orlando SE DSIG meeting in June 2002. Review
comments were included as redlines in version 0.2. An action was assigned to SE
DSIG members to provide any additional updates to V0.2 to
firstname.lastname@example.org by COB July 22. to
incorporate into V0.5.
This document provides a means to
communicate our requirements to UML 2.0 Submitters in the near term, to assist
in assessing how their submissions address SE concerns. The end of year
goal is to
release V1.0 following the November, 2002 SE DSIG meeting, along with an Systems
Engineering OMG Technology Roadmap. The V1.0 document is expected to be fairly
stable, although it clearly will continue to evolve as we gain feedback from the
application of UML for SE from industry, tool vendors, and academia. The
Technology Roadmap will define how to proceed through the OMG technology
adoption process to implement the V1.0 requirements. It is anticipated that the
roadmap will include a Request for Proposal for a SE UML Profile, which
hopefully can be issued in the first half of 2003.
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The following artifacts support the Requirements Analysis
for SE UML: