Resources, Projects, References by Subject

Foundations and Paths to Stronger SEHow INCOSE and the systems community are visualizing and reaching out to the future. How the INCOSE MBSE Patterns Working Group is applying a stronger foundation based on the System Phenomenon and the history of patterns in the physical sciences and mathematics to enhance and transform the foundation capabilities of Systems Engineering.
PBSE Introduction, Basic Subjects, Tutorials, Education
Strengthened Foundations of Systems Engineering and Systems Science
S*Patterns–IP Landscape
Paths to the Futures of Systems Engineering
Model Communities Outreach
The Innovation PatternThe formal systems pattern reference framework that describes systems innovation in all its forms, configurable for planning and analyzing specific plans, situations, and roadmaps. A framework in which Systems Engineering (or any system life cycle management) of any method and organization referencing ISO15288 and the INCOSE SE Handbook, and the use of MBSE Patterns in particular, can be planned, organized, deployed, analyzed, and managed, and continuously advanced over time.
Patterns in the Public Square–Innovation in Regulated Domains
Augmented Intelligence in Systems Engineering
Systems Engineering as a Complex System
Credibility of Models–Trust in PatternsModels are increasingly used to support more critical and impactful decisions. Models are increasingly used by people or organizations other than those who authored them. Accordingly, trust in the credibility of models will only become more important to manage over time. What are the principles and practices for establishing, representing, communicating, and managing trust in models over their life cycles? How does the credibility of recurring patterns reduce the cost of establishing and maintaining that trust?
Model Wrapper, Model Characterization Pattern
Trusted Model Repository Pattern
Maps to Frameworks, Schema, ToolsThere a growing lists of architectural frameworks, reference architectures, ontologies, metamodels, and similar underlying semantic constructs, used as the basis for models of systems, automation tooling, product lines, and otherwise. Mapping the S*Metamodel to these provides an expanded means for understanding and using a given framework, schema, or tool. This includes making S*Models and S*Patterns tool agnostic, portable across modeling languages, and for supporting automated reasoning and more basic queries about models in different systems.
Mappings to Frameworks, Schema, and Tools
Semantic Technologies
Domain PatternsS*Patterns are about recurring things within some general or narrow environment, referred to as a domain. The following illustrates S*Patterns across different application domains.
General Land Vehicle Pattern
Oil Filter Product Line Pattern
Construction Equipment Patterns
Lawnmower Product Line Pattern
Embedded Intelligence (EI) Pattern
General Manufacturing Pattern
Interface Patterns
General Mechanical Bracket Pattern
SoS Patterns

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