JPL State Analysis (SA)
Together, state and models supply what is needed to operate system, predict future state, control toward desired state, & assess performance
Tool support for State Analysis (SA) is provided by the State Database , which utilizes a Structured Query Language (SQL)-compliant relational database management system (RDBMS) such as Oracle® with a front end user interface. This tool supports developing, managing, inspecting, and validating system and software requirements capture as part of the SA process.
State Analysis (SA) is a JPL-developed MBSE methodology and the offering is available by means of a series of courseware and tutorials offered by SA experts. These courses are offered through JPL Professional Development on a periodic, as-needed basis, or through reimbursable contract
agreements with industry partners. As part of the hands-on exercises, access to the State Database tool and supporting training in use of the tool is provided.
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