|Re: How to specialize a SysML diagram for user defined usage [message #1773245 is a reply to message #1773172]
||Mon, 25 September 2017 10:40
| Ursula Kirchgaessner
Registered: July 2017
I started using Papyrus with SysML a few months ago and agree with Ricardo, the official documentation is very light. However, I found the video-tutorials by Marco Di Natale very useful, here is the link to the first one:
He uses an older version of Papyrus, but the basics haven't changed that much. At some point in part C, he explains how to use profiles in order to create custom stereotypes.
Furthermore, you will find a few (not many) more tutorials on youtube for different modelling problems. Finally, I recommend the 2014 version of "A practical guide to SysML". There is one chapter "Getting started with SysML" with a section "SysML modeling tool tips" (this section is new in the 2014 version). Even though this description is tool-independent, I find it very helpful in order to get started on a new model.
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