SysML

SECTION: The Webel Doc` package and the HelpF`& HelpO` help registry packages

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SECTION: The Webel '$opt$' and '$arg$' help holder conventions for options and arguments in the Wolfram Language

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SECTION: A brief look at the Webel W`Base` utilities for Mathematica

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SECTION: Modelling the Wolfram Language in SysMLv1 and related Webel coding conventions

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SECTION: The Webel Mathematica libraries - INTRODUCTION - And the role of SysML

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Context and structural model for the RadioNet, NetSession, and RadioStation

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[EXTERNAL LINKS] Cameo Simulation Toolkit (aka Magic Model Analyst) videos and guides

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A collection of EXTERNAL links (scroll down) to videos, slides, and other guides on Magic Model Analyst® (Cameo Simulation Toolkit®). These links are included here as additional resources and do not replace the Webel IT Australia online SysML/MBSE educational resources or the Webel training course materials:

Dr Darren says: Don't be scared to put yourself out there with your SysML Diagrams in public and in your work with colleagues

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Dr Darren explains:

Many years ago, on a very old version of the Webel site, I had up a quick attempt at mapping out the families of physics particles in SysML. Although I have a PhD in physics (astrophysics), and had even worked at the DESY particle accelerator institute (on data analysis, and modelling and operating the machines, not particle physics), I am not an expert in particle physics.

Dr Darren's Open Letter to the LinkedIn groups for MBSE, SysML, MagicDraw, and INCOSE concerning comment and message replies

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Dr Darren says:
Welcome, if you have been referred here it may be in response to my sending a link to this page in reply to your comments or questions on LinkedIn.
To all LinkedIn groups involving MBSE, Systems Engineering, SysML, and the MagicDraw/Cameo tools,

I am no longer offering comments or answering questions in comment threads (or in reply to LinkedIn messages) on any LinkedIn group involving MBSE, SysML, or SysML tools.

Dr Darren offers some encouragement for those learning Systems Modeling Language (SysML) for Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE)

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Dr Darren explains:
If you are new to SysML, don't be too concerned about whether your modelling is perfect first up, because the great thing about MBSE tools - especially SysML tools - is they invite incremental improvement, and your fixes flow through all diagrams, thanks to the power of Single Source Of Truth!

Modelling in SysML tools is part Science and part Art.

4: Mega2560: ATmega16U2 chip USB-to-TTL and UART [IN PROGRESS]

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3: Mega2560: reset-related groups

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2: Mega2560: power-related groups

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1: A Webel recipe for modelling microcontrollers in SysML

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MEMKO Systems

MEMKO Systems has been appointed by Dassault Systèmes (who acquired No Magic in 2018) as the CATIA No Magic Value Solutions Partner and Reseller for Australia and New Zealand.

Webel Parsing Analysis for SysML: Requirements for the Parsing Analysis Container (a.k.a. Snippet)

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