Legacy Issue Number: 15293
Source: Change Vision ( Michael Chonoles)
A Viewpoint is a specification of the conventions and rules for constructing and using a view for the purpose of addressing a set of stakeholder concerns. The languages and methods for specifying a view may reference languages and methods in another viewpoint. They specify the elements expected to be represented in the view, and may be formally or informally defined. For example, the security viewpoint may require the security requirements, security functional and physical architecture, and security test cases
How is the highlighted sentence done? There are no examples. I see examples of Viewpoint with a dependency on another Viewpoint, but no references for the individual fields (e.g., language and methods). Are the fields populated in an inheritance manner. Can they be overridden? Does it only work if the fields are blank on the dependant Viewpoint?
Add example and clarify rules
Reported: SysML 1.4 — Mon, 21 Jun 2010 04:00 GMT
Updated: Sun, 13 Jan 2019 15:32 GMT