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Use of patterns for know-how reuse in a model-based systems engineering framework

Abstract : The increasing complexity of systems being developed requires engineers to review their practices to improve engineering efficiency and meet the needs of a competitive market. To answer these challenges, engineers have always reused their know-how. However, facing today's rising complexity, reuse has to be much more performant. That is why models supported by formal or semiformal languages are preferred to avoid the variability of natural languages interpretation. In this context, model-based systems engineering (MBSE) made it possible to change the engineering paradigm by proposing a unique, shared system model. To promote and ease MBSE adoption, reuse should be fostered to respect the engineer's working method. A promising method for reusing models is based on the pattern concept. Thus, this article aims to review and evaluate the pattern concept as a means of transferring know-how and fostering reuse in an MBSE approach.
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Quentin Wu, David Gouyon, Eric Levrat, Sophie Boudau. Use of patterns for know-how reuse in a model-based systems engineering framework. IEEE Systems Journal, IEEE, 2020, 14 (4), pp.4765-4776. ⟨10.1109/JSYST.2020.2975116⟩. ⟨hal-02619398⟩



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