The Webel Parsing Analysis recipe for SysML

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Webel IT Australia is the home of the  Webel Parsing Analysis recipe for SysML®, a very powerful technique for translating text from authoritative domain source documents traceably into Systems Modeling Language v1 (SysML®) models. Dr Darren says:
This is the most powerful technique for document-driven Model-Based Systems Engineering I know, and much of this site - and much of my professional life - is dedicated to promoting and teaching this compelling method. I employ this strategy as the first step on every single SysML/MBSE project and throughout every project.

The  Webel Parsing Analysis recipe for SysML® has been applied to substantial real-world applications such as modelling of radio telescopes, particle accelerators, neutron beam instruments, electronics, robotics, astronomical instrumentation, micro-controllers, green rating schemes for buildings, HVAC&R systems, and for digital twin encapsulation of building and construction projects.

The  Webel Parsing Analysis recipe for SysML® recipe is a meta-process that can be combined with Model-Based Systems Engineering methodologies and helps amplify them!

The recipe is particularly useful in combination with SysML-driven Requirements Engineering.

Some key points about Webel Parsing Analysis

The  Webel Parsing Analysis recipe is tuned for use with MagicDraw® and Magic Cyber-Systems Engineer ® (Cameo Systems Modeler®)
The  Webel Parsing Analysis recipe also serves as a powerful requirements elicitation method for SysML®!
The Webel Parsing Analysis recipe here is designed to work together with: Webel's Best Practice policy notes for MBSE with SysML1.x (and UML) and the MagicDraw/Cameo tools
The following basic SysML tutorial trail section on the basic SysML ElementGroup is a pre-requisite for all advanced tutorials on Webel Parsing Analysis: 18:01: Logical grouping with the ElementGroup extension of Comment in SysMLv1.x

Experts and those fluent with the UML, SysMLv1, and SysMLv2 metamodels may also be interested in: Webel Parsing Analysis: Requirements for the Parsing Analysis Container (a.k.a. Snippet)

Webel IT Australia held an invited presentation on the  Webel Parsing Analysis recipe for SysML® at 9:05 AM on Friday 28th May 2021 at Day 2 of the Integrated Project Engineering Congress 2021 .

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