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Future Directions for SysML v2

SysML v1 was adopted in 2006, and has been a key enabler of model-based systems engineering (MBSE). Since that time, much has been learned about applying MBSE with SysML. This presentation describes the directions and approach for the next generation of SysML (v2) to provide capabilities that address the limitations of SysML v1, and enable the evolving practice of MBSE.
Recorded Nov 10 2017 75 mins
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Sanford Friedenthal, MBSE Consultant and chair of OMG's SE Special Interest Group and Larry Johnson, OMG VP and Technical Dir
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