Legacy Issue Number: 10046
Source: Change Vision ( Michael Chonoles)
The following 6 references to UML 2.0 should probably be converted to UML 2.1 (please review though). Also remember when the references are changed to UML 2.1, the OMG document numbers need to be updated also
Note I’m using the PDF page number (physical) not the page number on the bottom of the page
Page 4 Use of specification Terms, Conditions & Notices
The specification customizes the Unified Modeling Language (UML) specification of the Object Management Group (OMG) to address the requirements of Systems Engineering as specified in the UML for Systems Engineering RFP, OMG document number ad/2003-03-41. This document includes references to and excerpts from the UML 2.0 Superstructure Specification (OMG document number Formal/05-07-04) and UML 2.0 Infrastructure Specification (OMG document number ptc/04-10-14) with copyright holders and conditions as noted in those documents.
Page 69 188.8.131.52 Block à Constraints
The following constraint under Section 9.3.6, “Connector” in the UML 2.0 Superstructure Specification (OMG document formal/05-07-04) is removed by SysML: “ The ConnectableElements attached as roles to each ConnectorEnd owned by a Connector must be roles of the Classifier that owned the Connector, or they must be ports of such roles.”
P 99 Part III Behavioral Constructs
This Part specifies the dynamic, behavioral constructs used in SysML behavioral diagrams, including the activity diagram, sequence diagram, state machine diagram, and use case diagram. The behavioral constructs are defined in Chapter 11, “Activities,” Chapter 12, “Interactions,” Chapter 13, “State Machines,” and Chapter 14, “Use Cases.” The activities chapter defines the extensions to UML 2.0 activities, which represent the basic unit of behavior that is used in activity, sequence, and state machine diagrams.
Page 122. Table 12.1
1. Table is compliant with UML 2.0 Superstructure source document dated 050704.
P 237. D.3 XMI Serialization of SysML
UML 2.0 is formally defined using the OMG Meta Object Facility (MOF). MOF can be considered a language for specifying modeling languages. The
Reported: SysML 1.0b1 — Mon, 31 Jul 2006 04:00 GMT
Disposition: Resolved — SysML 1.0
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Updated: Fri, 6 Mar 2015 20:58 GMT