Systems Engineering Requirements to Architecture to Simulation
System engineering and model-based system engineering can mean different things to different groups, but most definitions share a common set of concepts, including starting from a set of system-level requirements used to drive a system decomposition and requirements allocation process. Then trade studies are performed on system architecture alternatives to produce a candidate architecture from which the design is developed and then simulated to verify the requirements are met.
This presentation shows how MATLAB® and Simulink® support this workflow when combined with Requirements Toolbox™ and System Composer™ by allowing users to:
- Capture, view, analyze, and manage requirements
- Develop a system architecture model from the requirements, existing Simulink models, ICDs, and externally created architectures or combinations of the above
- Examine the system architecture model using different views for different concerns
- Allocate (link) requirements to architectural components and perform coverage and change impact analysis
- Perform trade studies to compare, assess, or optimize the system architecture
- Design components specified in the system architecture model
- Simulate the system composition to verify system-level behavior
Recorded: 2 Oct 2019
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