|Re: MARTE Palette [message #959003 is a reply to message #958933]
||Fri, 26 October 2012 11:29
| Camille Letavernier
Registered: February 2011
If you want to mix SysML and Marte, you should probably not use "SysML Block Definition Diagrams", but generic "UML Class Diagrams" with SysML and Marte profiles applied.
The thing with UML is that you can do anything with it. Without a methodology, it doesn't really make sense. The Papyrus Block Definition Diagrams have been designed for a specific case of SysML-Only diagrams, while the Marte palettes have been designed to work for UML Class Diagrams.
It would be possible to create (or to duplicate and patch) a new Marte Palette for SysML BDD or IBD.
What I mean here is that, technically it's possible to mix Marte and SysML stereotypes, but the Papyrus SysML Diagrams are not meant to be generic. They really are specific. UML diagrams are generic ; SysML ones are not.
Moreover, there is not relation between the SysML Diagrams and the UML Diagrams, although they look the same. A Block Definition Diagram is not a UML Class Diagram. And the Marte palette has been implemented only for UML Class Diagrams.
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