A focus BDD for the AtomicNucleus block

Some of the information elicited in the previous Parsing Analysis diagrams is now represented in a simple focus BDD for AtomicNucleus:
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Some additional snippets help glue the pieces together: This makes it clear that for every Element there are one or more Atoms and that in fact the atomic number (proton number) is derived from that of the nucleus of every Atom of that Element (indicated here additionally using a Dependency).

Note also how both the abstract Atom block and the abstract AtomNucleus block extend CompositeParticle, so there is a lot of reuse of value properties.

That concludes this SysML particle physics taxonomy trail for now. Over the next years there will be additional tutorial trails building on this model so far.


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