Speaker: Prof. Dr. Christoph Grimm, University of Kaiserslautern, Germany
Abstract: SysML and UML are popular modeling languages that allow us to model requirements and to specify systems at a very high level.
Currently, standardization efforts target a complete refresh of SysML: SysML v2.
SysML v2 provides a new metamodel: KerML which is the basis for definition of SysML v2, but as well domain-specific languages and interoperability.
Furthermore, SysML v2 now also features a very powerful textual modeling language (SysML textual representation).
Finally, the standard defines a REST API that is basis for model and data exchange between tools via the web.
This tutorial gives an overview of SysML v2 and covers the following aspects:
– Overview of the SysML v2 eco-system
– KerML, the Metamodel
– SysML v2 textual
– The REST API for model exchange
– New applications, use-cases, and demonstration