2023 UAF Summit: How I Stumbled Across A Domain Overlay & Why It’s Useful

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Richard Wise (Georgia Tech Research Institute)

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Michael Shearin, Senior Research Engineer (Georgia Tech Research Institute) https://www.linkedin.com/in/mike-shearin-5456613/ Richard Wise, Senior Research Engineer (Georgia Tech Research Institute) https://www.linkedin.com/in/richard-wise-6b39384b/ So you have to be MOSA compliant? What does that mean? A Modular Open Systems Approach (MOSA) according to Title 10 of the U.S. Code means that a compliant system will employ a modular design and that major systems interfaces be compliant with consensus-based standards. The better question then is, how do you get started? We have developed an approach in UAF that gives system developers a leg-up to MOSA compliance at least with respect to the identification and application of consensus-based standards. It was after we created this approach that we became aware of the Domain Overlay concept work being done by the Model-Based Acquisition Working Group, and in a great sense of irony, validated our approach. This is the story of that journey, and how we see this approach being useful to our MBSE community. https://www.omg.org/uaf/ https://www.omg.org/spec/UAF https://www.omg.org/omg-certifications/uaf-certifications-sponsorship.htm https://youtu.be/AWJk_7KtQ0w uaf-chairs@omg.org

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