Your system engineering workbench cookbook

Session Type: 
Standard [35 minutes]
Speakers

Ingredients

  • Requirements
  • Software
  • Quality
  • Mechanics
  • Safety
  • Electronics

The first step for this recipe is to get a new Eclipse IDE, and thaw it on your computer. While this is happening you can prep the Requirements editor and the UML/SysML libraries standards. Use high quality editors for best results. If dried existing tools are not available for your specific domain, add 2 teaspoons of freshly developed tools by forking the existing one from github.

Spread a little navigation features over the different components of the workbench. Bake at 42°F for 35 minutes, then take the workbench out of the oven when done and deliver to serve. Once baked, the workbench will last many weeks in the fridge and taste wonderfully whenever needed.

If you ever dream of a platform that matches both your needs and domain as well as the needs and domain of your collaborators, come on to learn what you can and cannot do with Eclipse to develop the system engineering workbench you expect.

Based on the existing Eclipse modeling software constellation, we will demonstrate how to fork existing designers and adapt them to build a system engineering workbench adapted to your Domain Specific Language. We will also explain how to connect it to existing tools and standards. Then, several demos of customization will be presented : safety analysis, performance tools, code and document generation tools. Finally, we will discuss a number of points to which you have to pay attention before developing a new workbench of your own.

Schedule info

Status: 
Declined

Audience

Track: 
DSL
Experience level: 
Beginner

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