Legacy Issue Number: 12365
Source: No Magic, Inc. ( Darren Kelly)
On p.46 under 22.214.171.124 DistributedProperty it is stated that: ' The DistributedProperty stereotype may be applied only to properties of classifiers stereotyped by Block or ValueType.' There are however, as far as I can tell, no examples of a DistributedProperty or specialisation thereof applied to a value property that is not within a block. A candidate examp[le might include a variation on a Complex <<ValueType>> (cf. Figure 8.7 - Model Library for Blocks) with distributions applied to the real and imaginary parts (being represented by value properties, and thus admitting application of DistributedProperty stereotype, or substereotype).
Reported: SysML 1.0 — Tue, 1 Apr 2008 04:00 GMT
Disposition: Resolved — SysML 1.1
Following is the discussion from a previous deferred resolution by the SysML 1.1
There are many specialized cases of SysML diagram and model elements
which are not currently covered either by usage examples in the
specification chapters or in Annex B, Sample Problem. A candidate
example as suggested, either by itself or included in other examples,
could be considered in future revisions of the specification.
This is one of many specialized usage cases not covered by examples in the
SysML specification. Examples of DistributedProperty stereotypes applied to
elements of a structured ValueType raise no inherent difficulties of notation or
usage, and so do not cross a threshold of priority to be included in the
specification itself. Such examples would be entirely appropriate to include in
tutorial materials about the SysML language.
Disposition: Closed, no change
Updated: Fri, 6 Mar 2015 20:58 GMT