About this wiki
The working group began as part of the SysML 1.4 Revision Task Force (RTF), but this site is being maintained under the OMG SysML™ Project Portal. This enables additional participants, and also provides visibility to activities outside the scope of this RTF.
The Working Group Leader is Chris Delp. You can write to Chris at Christopher.L.Delp@jpl.nasa.gov.
The approach of this working group is to broadly identify requirements and potential solutions for view generation from SysML models that includes:
Expected deliverables from this Working Group:
In addition, we may capture some elements in a model on the INCOSE MD Teamwork server.
Each work group participant should feel free to post comments or link to documents in this area. Please identify and date your comments, and do not delete other comments without coordinating any updates. Any significant comments posted in this area can also be sent to the firstname.lastname@example.org mailing list so they become part of the permanent RTF archive.
|2012-06-18||Sandy Friedenthal||Cambridge SE-DSIG meeting minutes from June 19, 2012|
|2012-06-18||Chris Delp, Elyse Fosse||Viewpoint Views|
|2012-06-18||Robert Karban||Approach to Model-based Document Generation|
|2012-06-18||John Watson||Model-based Document Generation|
|2012-06-18||Tristan Faure||Use of GenDoc2 Eclipse for Document Generation in an Industrial Context|
|2012-12-13||Graham Bleakley||Views and Viewpoints in UPDM and SysML|
|2013||Sandy Friedenthal||issue 18391-view and viewpoint limitations|
|Sandy Friedenthal||view and viewpoint concepts and issues|
|2013-03-19||Chris Delp||AutoView Generation WG Presentation to Reston SE DSIG March 19 2013|
|Screen cast of JPL Docgen|
|2013-05-16||Chris Delp||Ballot 5|
|2013-05-16||Chris Delp||Ballot 6|
|2013-06-28||Chris Delp||Ballot 6 Review|
|2013-08-01||John Watson||Document Definition and Generation within a SysML Model|
|Issue||Description||Status notes / Proposed resolution||Ballot|
Each issue number above links to a document already formatted in draft resolution form (including deferred resolutions from the SysML 1.3 RTF). A zip file of all these starting issue resolution documents, organized by chapter, can also be downloaded from the RTF home page.
|Publish Plan||September 2012|
|Issues Articulated, Draft Architecture||October 2012|
|Description of Requirements and Use Cases and updates||November-December 2012|
|Concurrence on Requirements and Usecases||January 2013|
|Prepare Demonstration Material||February 2013|
|Report and Demo in Reston||March 2013|
|January 22||Consensus on use-cases and requirements, tactical and strategic issues with SysML||TBD|
|February 5||Outline Reston Report||TBD|
|February 19||Report and SE products||TBD|
|March 5||Finalize Reston Report||TBD|