Content tagged with: SysML
The Unified Modeling Language (UML) has arguably succeeded in becoming the most commonly used modeling notation for software development. But modeling in the software community seems largely to mean simply drawing pictures, either to represent the problem domain or to blueprint a solution, without a precise enough meaning to fully specify the functionality of the system being developed. As a result, the UML standard, up to and including the latest formal version (UML 2.4.1), does not define the semantics of UML models at all precisely.
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This article proposes a comparison between the UML and SysML modeling techniques,