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 As used here, System Patterns are configurable,​ re-usable System Models that would otherwise be like those expected and found in the practice of MBSE (not limited to, but including, SysML models). Through the availability and use of System Patterns, the outcomes targeted by MBSE models are made more accessible, in terms of ease (and skill) of generation and use, associated modeling cost, schedule, risk, completeness,​ and consistency,​ etc.  Over time, System Patterns become points of accumulation of organizational learning and expertise. Because they are configurable and re-usable models of families or classes of systems, model-based System Patterns involve some additional methods and disciplines that extend the ideas of MBSE (e.g., Pattern Management, Configuration Rules, model minimality, etc.). ​ As used here, System Patterns are configurable,​ re-usable System Models that would otherwise be like those expected and found in the practice of MBSE (not limited to, but including, SysML models). Through the availability and use of System Patterns, the outcomes targeted by MBSE models are made more accessible, in terms of ease (and skill) of generation and use, associated modeling cost, schedule, risk, completeness,​ and consistency,​ etc.  Over time, System Patterns become points of accumulation of organizational learning and expertise. Because they are configurable and re-usable models of families or classes of systems, model-based System Patterns involve some additional methods and disciplines that extend the ideas of MBSE (e.g., Pattern Management, Configuration Rules, model minimality, etc.). ​
  
-This model-based PBSE approach has been in use for a number of years, applied across enterprises and domains that include mil/​aerospace,​ communications,​ automotive, medical/​health care, advanced manufacturing,​ consumer products, along with business processes including sales, engineering,​ production, and general innovation. The first INCOSE PBSE tutorial was provided at IS2005, another given at GLRC2012, another at IS2013, and another at GRLC2013. Attendees at the IS2013 tutorial expressed interest in an ongoing INCOSE PBSE group of some kindWe have also published a number of papers on this approach. ​ +This model-based PBSE approach has been in use for a number of years, applied across enterprises and domains that include mil/​aerospace,​ communications,​ automotive, medical/​health care, advanced manufacturing,​ consumer products, along with business processes including sales, engineering,​ production, and general innovation. The first INCOSE PBSE tutorial was provided at IS2005, another given at GLRC2012, another at IS2013, and another at GRLC2013. Attendees at the IS2013 tutorial expressed interest in an ongoing INCOSE PBSE group. ​number of papers ​and tutorials ​on this approach ​have been published, some reproduced here  ​
  
 1.2. Specific Challenge: ​ 1.2. Specific Challenge: ​
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 +=====  Resources, Projects, References by Subject =====   
  
-===== Schedule ​===== +|**Foundations and Paths to Stronger SE**| //How INCOSE and the systems community are visualizing and reaching out to the future. How the INCOSE MBSE Patterns Working Group is applying a stronger foundation based on the System Phenomenon and the history of patterns in the physical sciences and mathematics to enhance and transform the foundation capabilities of Systems Engineering.//​ |                                     
 +|  |[[MBSE_Transformation_Adoption_Pattern_Project]]| 
 +|  |[[PBSE Introduction,​ Basic Subjects, Tutorials, Education]]| 
 +|  |[[Strengthened Foundations of Systems Engineering and Systems Science]]| 
 +|  |[[S*Patterns--IP Landscape]]| 
 +|  |[[Paths to the Futures of Systems Engineering]]| 
 +|  |[[Legacy_Product_Line_Pattern_Extraction_Project_with_PLE_WG]]| 
 +|  |[[Model Communities Outreach]]| 
 +|**The Innovation Pattern**|//​The formal systems pattern reference framework that describes systems innovation in all its forms, configurable for planning and analyzing specific plans, situations, and roadmaps. A framework in which Systems Engineering (or any system life cycle management) of any method and organization referencing ISO15288 and the INCOSE SE Handbook, and the use of MBSE Patterns in particular, can be planned, organized, deployed, analyzed, and managed, and continuously advanced over time.// | 
 +|  |[[Agile_Systems_Engineering_Life_Cycle_Management_(ASELCM)_Discovery_Project_with_ASE_WG]]| 
 +|  |[[Innovation_Collaboration_Ecology_Project_with_TIMLM_WG_and_PLE_WG]]| 
 +|  |[[Patterns in the Public Square--Innovation in Regulated Domains]]| 
 +|  |[[Augmented Intelligence in Systems Engineering]]| 
 +|  |[[Systems Engineering as a Complex System]]| 
 +|**Credibility of Models--Trust in Patterns**| //Models are increasingly used to support more critical and impactful decisions. Models are increasingly used by people or organizations other than those who authored them. Accordingly,​ trust in the credibility of models will only become more important to manage over time. What are the principles and practices for establishing,​ representing,​ communicating,​ and managing trust in models over their life cycles? How does the credibility of recurring patterns reduce the cost of establishing and maintaining that trust?// | 
 +|  |[[Model Wrapper, Model Characterization Pattern]]| 
 +|  |[[Trusted Model Repository Pattern]]| 
 +|  |[[Verification_&​_Validation_of_Models_Project_with_ASME_Stds_Cmtee]]| 
 +|**Maps to Frameworks, Schema, Tools**|//​There a growing lists of architectural frameworks, reference architectures,​ ontologies, metamodels, and similar underlying semantic constructs, used as the basis for models of systems, automation tooling, product lines, and otherwise. Mapping the S*Metamodel to these provides an expanded means for understanding and using a given framework, schema, or tool. This includes making S*Models and S*Patterns tool agnostic, portable across modeling languages, and for supporting automated reasoning and more basic queries about models in different systems. //  | 
 +|  |[[Mappings to Frameworks, Schema, and Tools]]| 
 +|  |[[Semantic Technologies]]| 
 +|**Domain Patterns**| //​S*Patterns are about recurring things within some general or narrow environment,​ referred to as a domain. The following illustrates S*Patterns across different application domains.// | 
 +|  |[[General Land Vehicle Pattern]]| 
 +|  |[[Oil Filter Product Line Pattern]]| 
 +|  |[[Critical_Infrastructure_Protection_and_Recovery_Patterns_Project_with_CIPR_WG]]| 
 +|  |[[Construction Equipment Patterns]]| 
 +|  |[[Lawnmower Product Line Pattern]]| 
 +|  |[[Health_Care_Domain_Patterns_Project_with_HC_WG]]| 
 +|  |{{ :​mbse:​patterns:​utilizing_mbse_patterns_to_accelerate_system_verification_v1.6.2.pdf |}}     | 
 +|  |[[Embedded Intelligence (EI) Pattern]]| 
 +|  |[[General Manufacturing Pattern]]| 
 +|  |[[Interface Patterns]]| 
 +|  |[[General Mechanical Bracket Pattern]]| 
 +|  |[[SoS Patterns]]| 
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 +===== Collaborations,​ Partners, Shared Interest Groups ​===== 
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 +Most of the projects performed by the INCOSE MBSE Patterns WG are performed jointly with other INCOSE Working Groups or with organizations outside INCOSE, having mutual interests. The matrix below summarizes the different entities we work with, and refers to resulting items in the Resources, Activities, and Projects matrix above.  
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 +===== Primary Working Group and Partners Meeting Materials--By Event=====  
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 +The following table lists chronological meetings, workshops, and other events participated in by the MBSE Patterns Working Group. The links on the right side of the following table link to event-specific minutes, resources, references, and materials: ​
  
 ^Event_Date_._._._^Event_Milestone_._._._._._._._._._._._._._._^Status^Point_of_Contact_._._._._.^Link to References^ ^Event_Date_._._._^Event_Milestone_._._._._._._._._._._._._._._^Status^Point_of_Contact_._._._._.^Link to References^
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 [[Vision_2035_Support]] [[Vision_2035_Support]]
-===== Team Members =====  
-Challenge Team Co-Chairs:  ​ 
  
-      Bill Schindel ​  ICTT System Sciences ​    ​schindel@ictt.com 
-      Troy Peterson ​  ​System Strategies, Inc.  tpeterson@systemxi.com 
  
-Refer to attached Minutes for current team members, affiliations,​ and contact information.  ​ 
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-===== References and Download Links =====      
  
-1. Eric Berg, “Affordable Systems Engineering:​ An Application of Model-Based System Patterns To Consumer Packaged Goods Products, Manufacturing,​ and Distribution”,​ at INCOSE IW2014 MBSE Workshop, 2014.+ 
  
-2. Bill Schindel, Troy Peterson, “Introduction to Pattern-Based Systems Engineering (PBSE): Leveraging MBSE Techniques”,​ in Proc. of INCOSE 2013 Great Lakes Regional Conference on Systems Engineering,​ Tutorial, October, 2013. 
  
-3. W. Schindel, “System Interactions:​ Making The Heart of Systems More Visible”, in Proc. of INCOSE Great Lakes 2013 Regional Conference on Systems Engineering,​ October, 2013. +===== Working Group Leadership ===== 
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-4. Bill Schindel, Troy Peterson, “Introduction to Pattern-Based Systems Engineering (PBSE): Leveraging MBSE Techniques”,​ in Proc. of INCOSE 2013 International Symposium, Tutorial, June, 2013. +
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-5. ”Abbreviated Systematica Glossary, Ordered by Concept, V 4.2.2, ICTT System Sciences, 2013. +
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-6. W. Schindel, “Introduction to Pattern-Based Systems Engineering (PBSE)”, INCOSE Finger Lakes Chapter Webinar, April 26, 2012. +
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-7. ------------------,​ “Integrating Materials, Process & Product Portfolios: Lessons from Pattern-Based Systems Engineering”,​ in Proc. of 2012 Conference of Society for the Advancement of Material and Process Engineering,​ 2012. +
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-8. ------------------,​ “What Is the Smallest Model of a System?”, in Proc. of the INCOSE 2011 International Symposium, International Council on Systems Engineering (2011). +
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-9. ------------------,​ “The Impact of ‘Dark Patterns’ On Uncertainty:​ Enhancing Adaptability In The Systems World”, in Proc. of INCOSE Great Lakes 2011 Regional Conference on Systems Engineering,​ Dearborn, MI, 2011 +
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-10. ------------------l,​ “Failure Analysis: Insights from Model-Based Systems Engineering”,​ in Proceedings of INCOSE 2010 Symposium, July 2010. +
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-11. J. Bradley, M. Hughes, and W. Schindel, “Optimizing Delivery of Global Pharmaceutical Packaging Solutions, Using Systems Engineering Patterns”,​ in Proc. of the INCOSE 2010 International Symposium (2010). +
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-12. W. Schindel, “Pattern-Based Systems Engineering:​ An Extension of Model-Based SE”, INCOSE IS2005 Tutorial TIES 4, (2005). +
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-13. ------------------,​ “Requirements Statements Are Transfer Functions: An Insight from Model-Based Systems Engineering”,​ in Proc. of INCOSE 2005 International Symposium, (2005). +
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-14. W. Schindel, and V. Smith, “Results of Applying a Families-of-Systems Approach to Systems Engineering of Product Line Families”,​ SAE International,​ Technical Report 2002-01-3086 (2002). +
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-15. Christopher Alexander, Sara Ishikawa, Murray Silverstein,​ Max Jacobson, Ingrid Fiksdahl-King,​ and Shlomo Angel. A Pattern Language. Oxford University Press, New York, 1977. +
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-16. Erich Gamma, Richard Helm, Ralph Johnson, John Vlissides. Design Patterns: Elements of Reusable Object-Oriented Software. Addison-Wesley Publishing Company, Reading, MA, 1995. +
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-17. Robert Cloutier. Applicability of Patterns to Architecting Complex Systems: Making Implicit Knowledge Explicit. VDM Verlag Dr. Müller. 2008. +
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-Link to web page with reference files selected from above for download: ​  ​https://​sites.google.com/​site/​incosepbsewgtempaccess/  ​+
  
 +      Chair: Bill Schindel ​     ICTT System Sciences ​    ​schindel@ictt.com
 +      CO-chair: Troy Peterson ​  ​System Strategies, Inc.  tpeterson@systemxi.com
  
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