These slides also include ample use of the Webel Parsing Analysis recipe for SysML® - in this case using the following target domain source document, known throughout this trail for brevity as simply 'ANZLIC-2019':
Yes, it runs!
Most of the slides you'll see in this trail involve diagrams that "execute" at least in some sense in Cameo Simulation Toolkit®, as we'll see later in the trail when we get to aspects involving Behavior. There is also screencast video, which is very informative and takes you through step-by-step, but it is quite advanced, so it's best to please study all of these trail slides first:
High level principles of the Webel Twin Pattern for SysMLThere's often a lot of discussion about whether it's a fallacy that a digital twin is always "of" a physical asset. That matter, along with some other nuances, is resolved exactly by the Webel Twin Pattern for SysML. We'll explore these policies and more as we go:
In particular, we'll see how twinning a "real world" «process»
Process is handled by a special «digital»
@Process digital mapping entity, coordinated by a parent «twin»
DigitalTwin. But first we'll focus on structural, geometrical, and material aspects of the twinned «physical»