In Part 1 of this series, we connected individual requirements in DOORS NG to requirements and other elements in SysML. Greater challenges arise when we need to map requirement structure and organization between tools, because different tools organize requirements in significantly different ways. SysML tends to organize requirements in simple tree hierarchies using containment relationships.
Introduction Every system development project has both product-specific and project-specific considerations: Product-specific includes product requirements (market, technical, regulatory), product function and hardware and software design Project-specific includes organization structure, project requirements, and product development methodology The intersection of these two domains is often the Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) which captures the product-specific tasks in the
Syndeia Demonstration at IBM Continuous Engineering for the IoT Summit, Long Beach, CA, November 16, 2016
Intercax, an IBM Partner since 2010, joined with IBM and some of its other partners on the Queen Mary to present recent advances in Continuous Engineering. Dr. Dirk Zwemer, President, Intercax, demonstrated how Syndeia, working with IBM Rational Rhapsody, DOORS NG and other tools, could enable rapid development of an IoT product. Watch our demonstration
Syndeia 3.0 offers a new option for a DOORS NG interface for MagicDraw and Rhapsody SysML modeling tools. The integration of requirements databases with system architecture modeling (SysML) is of high value to the practitioners in the field of MBE/MBSE. Although several solutions have been offered in the past, they address only the basic use case(s). Syndeia