|Checking validity of model? [message #1733889]
||Wed, 01 June 2016 20:37
| Zack Windom
Registered: June 2016
I am wondering how I can check whether a generic model I have created in Papyrus is correct. Does Papyrus have a means of doing so? To illustrate my question, for example, if I created a Python program, in order to check the validity of the syntax used in my program, I compile the program and see if it successfully runs. Does Papyrus have this "run" capability? In general, is this how SysML models are verified?
Additionally, if I wanted to create a simple model where I track a particle over time given by Newton's equation x(t) = x_o + v*t + 0.5*a*t^2, could I do so? I am attempting to use Papyrus for tradespace-analysis and am wondering if Papyrus has function evaluation capabilities. If not, is there a plugin that I can install so that Papyrus can utilize this functionality? If not, is there an open-sourced alternative to Papyrus that has these capabilities?
Many thanks for the help,
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