Topic
  • No replies
SystemAdmin
SystemAdmin
492 Posts

Pinned topic Case study of the Rational Harmony systems engineering process

‏2011-11-22T21:36:12Z |
New this week on developerWorks Rational:

Case study of the Rational Harmony systems engineering process, Part 1

By Mohit Choudhary (mocho74@gmail.com), Systems Engineer, RealTime TechSolutions

Model-based systems engineering (MBSE) captures system requirements plus the design decisions that fulfill them. It can help validate cost, performance studies, or design choices. This is a case study of IBM Rational Harmony for Systems Engineers, an MBSE method that translates functional requirements into a description of system operations.

http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/rational/library/centralized-systems-model-rational-harmony-1/index.html
or
http://ibm.co/rLnGFI
Posted to Systems Engineering group on LinkedIn 22 November 2011

Case study of the Rational Harmony systems engineering process, Part 2

Distributed systems are inherently data-oriented, so the focus on data entities and behavior is essential in model-based systems engineering (MBSE), such as the Rational Harmony process. This article explores how to develop an MBSE process for analysis and design of distributed systems.

http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/rational/library/centralized-systems-model-rational-harmony-2/index.html
or
http://ibm.co/suw3wK
Judith Broadhurst
technical editor
IBM developerWorks, Rational software
www.ibm.com/developerworks/rational/