SysML Model Elements Toolbox

These pages provide the SysML elements to build SysML models, package structures and views.

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Page

Item

Action

SysML Model

Model

Create a Package containing a SysML Model.

 

Package

Group model constructs together in a single unit of containment.

 

View

Create a stereotyped Package that defines a SysML View of a system, from the perspective of a SysML View Point.

 

View Point

Create a stereotyped Class that defines a SysML View Point, which specifies the rules and conventions for the construction and use of Views.

 

SysML Model Relationships

Conform

Establish a conformance dependency of a View to the defining View Point.

 

Containment

Graphically display ownership of one element within a parent one.

 

Dependency

Establish a traceable relationship describing how one element is dependant upon another.

 

Import

Represent a reuse of elements from one model package in another.

 

Realization

Identify a design fulfillment of a specification between elements.

 

Refine

Represent a refinement of one element by another.

 

SysML Common

Note

Create a textual annotation that can be attached to a set of elements of any other type.

The attachment is created separately, using a Notelink connector.

 

Document Artifact

Attach a linked document to the diagram by associating this element with an RTF document.

 

Problem

Document the failure of model elements to satisfy a requirement.

 

Rationale

Document the justification for decisions.

 

Boundary

Define a conceptual boundary, to visually group logically related elements.

 

Allocate Partition

Contains elements deemed to be allocated to the classifier of the partition.

 

Requirement

Specify the capabilities of the system, or the conditions that it should satisfy.

 

Allocated

The source element being allocated to the target element in an Allocate relationship.

 

Allocate

Relate model elements to formalize a refinement of behavior, structure, constraints or design expectations.

The Allocate relationship points from the element being allocated to the element that is the target of the allocation.

 

Containment

Graphically display ownership of one element within a parent one.

 

Dependency

Establish a traceable relationship describing how one element is dependant upon another.

 

Item Flow

Specify the items that flow across a connector in an interaction point.