SysML Plugin 18.5 Documentation

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You can use all predefined relation maps to increase traceability of system requirements and design elements. The main purpose of all relation maps is to review and analyze relations among the elements and create new elements directly in the relation map. It is a special kind of diagram that automatically updates and renders an elements dependency tree according to predefined dependency criteria. You can create five kind of predefined relation maps:

  • Activity Decomposition Map.
  • Structure Decomposition Map.
  • Instance Map.
  • Requirement Containment Map.
  • Requirement Derivation Map.

You can create predefined relation maps only if you have SysML Plugin installed. How to install SysML Plugin >>

The different purposes for each relation map are illustrated below:

  • Structure Decomposition Map allows you a rapid review, analysis, and creation of relationships among the Blocks of the specified context. The example below is created by using the VehicleStructure.mdzip sample model that comes only with Cameo Simulation Toolkit.
  • Requirement Containment Map allows you a rapid review, analysis, and creation of relationships among the Requirements of the selected context. The example below is created by using the hybrid sport utility vehicle.mdzip sample model that comes only with SysML Plugin.
  • Requirement Derivation Map allows you a rapid review, analysis, and creation of relationships among the Requirements and their derived Requirements. The example below is created by using the hybrid sport utility vehicle.mdzip sample model that comes only with SysML Plugin.


Additional relation map

You can also create the Relation Map Diagram if you want a rapid review, analysis, and creation of relationships among the elements of the entire model. Lean more about Relation Map Diagram >>

How to work with relation maps, read the following procedures:


 

 

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