Many years ago, on a very old version of the Webel site, I had up a quick attempt at mapping out the families of physics particles in SysML. Although I have a PhD in physics (astrophysics), and had even worked at the DESY particle accelerator institute (on data analysis, and modelling and operating the machines, not particle physics), I am not an expert in particle physics.
I am no longer offering comments or answering questions in comment threads (or in reply to LinkedIn messages) on any LinkedIn group involving MBSE, SysML, or SysML tools.
There are a number of ways of simulating and executing various aspects of Systems Modeling Language v1 (SysML®), and they are not just novelties! They also really help your models become more robust, logical, and organised.
There is "internal" tool simulation of Activities and StateMachines based on fUML (or variations of it).
Topic outline for full 5-day workshop course versionNot all topics are covered in all course versions.
This 4K narrated screencast video accompanies the white paper of the same name by Darren Kelly of Webel IT Australia available here.
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