Modelling is an activity in analysis and system design during which the data to be stored within and processed by a system is identified and documented and, especially in design, converted into a form suitable for optimal storage in a database by the application of formal rules.
Individuals/communities can take National Radio Day as an opportunity to appreciate/celebrate what radio means to the world today. Some people might think radio has passed its prime. Although it still acts as a strong force, especially for local communities.
The first person to identify radio waves was a German physicist Heinrich Hertz in 1886. But it took about three decades for a practical receiver to be invented, which was due to the work of Italian inventor, Guglielmo Marconi. Though it started with a Morse code message from just a kilometre away, Marconi paved the way for the future of the types of messages that radio waves could carry.
It is easy to traverse a SysML bdd (block definition diagram) to an ibd (internal block diagram). This is achieved via the cross references between the specification, holding the details, and its use on each diagram. A common piece of data represented in different ways on different diagrams. A case of record once, use many.
Article updated 22/10/2018 – Added links to Cradle online help
Please look at these videos and see how SysML models can be built in Cradle and how these models can be integrated into other information, including requirements, tests, test cases, defects, issues and risks.
At 3SL we believe that MBSE is the ideal approach (whichever notations you choose to use) but only if it is integrated into all of the other information in your project.
MBSE in isolation is just a bunch of pretty pictures!