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SysML, Systems Modeling Language - предметно-ориентированный язык, предназначенный для нужд системной инженерии. Определён как расширение подмножества UML. Изначально является проектом open source.

По сравнению с UML SysML расширен таким образом, чтобы обеспечить возможность работы не только с программными системами. В SysML добавлены диаграмма требований и параметрическая диаграмма, в то же время из 13 диаграмм UML используется только 7.

История[править]

Разработка SysML началась в январе 2001 в рамках деятельности рабочей группы по моделеориентированной разработке, International Council on Systems Engineering (INCOSE) поставившей себе целью адаптировать UML для целей системной инженерии. Продолжая эту работу, INCOSE и Object Management Group (OMG), обеспечивающая поддержку языка UML specification, jointly chartered the OMG Systems Engineering Domain Special Interest Group (SE DSIG) in July 2001. The SE DSIG, with support from INCOSE and the ISO AP 233 workgroup, developed the requirements for the modeling language, which were subsequently issued by the OMG as part of the UML for Systems Engineering Request for Proposal (UML for SE RFP; OMG document ad/03-03-41) in March 2003.[1]

In 2003 Cris Kobryn and Sanford Friedenthal organized and co-chaired the SysML Partners, an informal association of industry leaders and tool vendors,[2] which initiated an open source specification project to develop the SysML in response to the UML for Systems Engineering RFP.[3] The SysML Partners distributed their first open source SysML specification drafts in 2004, and submitted SysML 1.0a to the OMG for technology adoption in November 2005.

OMG SysML[править]

After a series of competing SysML specification proposals, a SysML Merge Team was proposed to the OMG in April 2006.[4] This proposal was voted upon and adopted by the OMG in July 2006 as OMG SysML, to differentiate it from the original open source specification from which it was derived. Because OMG SysML is derived from open source SysML, it also includes an open source license for distribution and use.

The OMG SysML v. 1.0 specification was issued by the OMG as an Available Specification in September 2007.[5] The current version of OMG SysML is v. 1.1, which was issued by the OMG in September 2008.[6]

  1. OMG SE DSIG. "UMLTM for Systems Engineering RFP". Retrieved 2006-06-29. 
  2. "SysML Partners". Retrieved 2006-06-29. 
  3. SysML Forum. "SysML FAQ". Retrieved 2006-06-29. 
  4. OMG document ad/06-03-01
  5. OMG document formal/07-09-01
  6. OMG document formal/08-11-01