Systems Engineering Requirements to Architecture to Simulation
System engineering and model-based system engineering can mean different things to different groups, but most definitions share a common set of concepts, including starting from a set of system-level requirements which are used to drive a system decomposition and requirements allocation process. Then trade-off studies are performed on system architecture alternatives to produce a candidate architecture from which the design is developed and then simulated to verify that the requirements are met.
This presentation shows how MathWorks tools can support this workflow by allowing users to:
- Capture, view, analyze, and manage requirements
- Develop a system architecture model from the requirements, existing Simulink® models, ICDs, and externally created architectures or combinations of the above
- Examine the system architecture model using different views for different concerns
- Allocate (link) requirements to architectural components and perform coverage and change impact analysis
- Perform trade studies to compare, assess, or optimize the system architecture
- Design components specified in the system architecture model
- Simulate the system composition to verify system-level behavior
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