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Webinar (July122017): On IoT and Continuous Engineering: The Persistent Flywheel Approach Community Blog
IoT is more than connecting devices to the Internet, it is about developing system of systems that consists of devices, enterprise systems, cloud and mobile apps, that uses the Internet as a platform to offer new services and transform business models. Hence,...
from Blog: Rational Rhapsody


Harmony a well established methodology Community Blog
Adelgaard Johan
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engineering
toolkit
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uml
systems
harmony
sysml
mdd
1,120 Views
Since Mr Lapping now have provided you access to the handbooks for Harmony, just connecting this availability to the text from an older post to introduce the topic (for SE). Harmony/SE is a well established methodology for Systems Engineering which...
from Blog: Rational Rhapsody


7 days, 3 webinars, 1 focus  Model Based Engineering! Community Blog
Adelgaard Johan
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architecture
mbse
modeling
rhapsody
rational
iot
sysml
mdd
uml
design
1,427 Views
Starting the 13:th and "ending" the 19:th we have 3 webinars with topics of great relevance coming up! This will as you understand not be the end of our series of webinars but we have been able to borrow time from 3 of our brightest minds when it...
from Blog: Rational Rhapsody


Top 10 tips for better Systems Engineering Community Blog
Adelgaard Johan
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design
mbse
se
systems
modeling
rhapsody
iso
engineering
architecture
tools
mdd
uml
sysml
uaf
updm
1,320 Views
I'm having the pleasure working with Bruce Power Douglass and the other day I revisited one of his webinars that we have recorded. Was doing so after that we have had a discussion related to how to help one of our automotive customers with a situation on...
from Blog: Rational Rhapsody


Multiple system lanes / system users Community Blog
Motivation IBM BPM manages work  to be done by humans and by systems. Lanes help organizing tasks by team. A simple process for creating and maintaining blog posts might define a lane for authors reviewers editors the system System tasks are used for...
from Blog: IBM Smarter Process Security
Modified on by Jens Engelke


A partnership for Growth and Innovation
pietje
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software
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testing
modeling
partnership
application
rational
rsa
construction
clearquest
clearcase
softwarearchitect
developer
change
rose
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architect
management
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Dear Rational Support Customers, I would like to make you aware of an important and exciting announcement around the partnership that IBM and HCL have entered into, with a special reference to the following Rational products: Rational Testing...
from Blog: Notes from Rational Support
Modified on by SteveWebb


New IBM Redbooks publication: Enabling Realtime Analytics on IBM z Systems Platform Community Blog
This new redbook has just been published and can be downloaded here: http://www.redbooks.ibm.com/redbooks/pdfs/sg248272.pdf It covers the following topics around DB2 Analytics Accelerator: Data integration using IBM DB2 Analytics Accelerator Loader for z/OS...
from Blog: IBM DB2 Analytics Accelerator Community


InDatabase Modeling and Scoring with DB2 Analytics Accelerator and SPSS Modeler Community Blog
DB2 Analytics Accelerator V5 enables indatabase analytics tools, such as SPSS Modeler, to process indatabase modeling on the Accelerator and therefore benefit from its acceleration capabilities. DB2 Analytics Accelerator supports indatabase analytics by...
from Blog: IBM DB2 Analytics Accelerator Community
Modified on by UteBaumbach


Rational Rhapsody: Simplifying the Rhapsody User Experience with Domain Specific Modeling
AcdntlPoet
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iotsupport
youtube
ibmiot
rationalrhapsody
1,463 Views
Rational Rhapsody: Simplifying the Rhapsody User Experience with Domain Specific Modeling  Andy Lapping demonstrates how to simplify the Rhapsody User Experience with Domain Specific Modeling
from Blog: Notes from IoT Support


Reauthenticate for sensitive actions Community Blog
I just encountered an interesting customer requirement that appears unsupported outofthebox: Prior to performing a sensitive action, end users should be required to reauthenticate. There are a couple of sophisticated and possibly expensive solutions that I...
from Blog: IBM Smarter Process Security
Modified on by Jens Engelke


Use Big R to access, manipulate, visualize, and analyze hadoop data on Bluemix Community Blog
Vikas Manoria
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a4ah
rstats
bluemix
modeling
biginsights
statistical
machinelearning
hadoop
8,650 Views
Prerequisites (i) To create Hadoop setup in Bluemix please follow instructions given in this ‘Get Started’ blog  http://ibm.biz/GetStartedBlog (ii) Before start running R scripts on Hadoop you may want to upload some data in HDFS. This blog will...
from Blog: Bluemix Group
Modified on by VIKAS_MANORIA


Step By Step Modeling Of PuzzlOr Electrifying Problem
PuzzlOr problems are nice because they are simplified versions of real world problems of interest. Last December problem is a simplified version of an interesting logistics problem. A variety of method can be used to attack them, see for instance...
from Blog: IT Best Kept Secret Is Optimization
Modified on by JeanFrancoisPuget


Why and How you should be using the DB2 Analytics Accelerator modeling feature
williefavero
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z/os
modeling
analytics
query
performance
db2
accelerator
favero
gary_crupi
4,319 Views
Willie's "Getting the Most Out of DB2 for z/OS" blog and "Musings of a Lifelong Mainframe Guy" blog. Today, we have a quest blogger; Gary Crupi , IBM Distinguished Engineer  Big Data & Analytics. Gary isn’t new to this blog,...
from Blog: The DB2 for z/OS Online Handbook
Modified on by williefavero


Introduction to SysML: State Modeling
Introduction to SysML: State Modeling  In this video Joanne Scouler and Andy Lapping define and demonstrate the following basic SysML concepts: States  1:39 Transitions  4:29 Events  7:18 Trigger, guard, effect  9:13 Junction...
from Blog: Notes from Rational Support
Modified on by mquimby


Simulation Is Fun!
LouV
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enterprise
modeling
steer
plan
bpmn
strategic
ea
architecture
architect
simulation
process
system
3,291 Views
Years ago, when Popkin Software was a company going from 45 people (when I started), to 75 people, to 100 people, to 125 people (and was then bought by Telelogic, which was later bought by IBM), I’d often pass by the front desk area and watch folks who...
from Blog: Enterprise Architecture
Modified on by LouV


SysML: Introduction to Parametric Modeling
SysML: Introduction to Parametric Modeling  In this introductory video, Joanne Scouler and Graham Bleakley walk you through some common but often misunderstood SysML concepts.
from Blog: Notes from Rational Support


A diagram is not a model: The huge difference between them
ZachJory
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modeling
rationalrhapsody
modelbasedsystemsengin...
model
ibmrational
systemsengineering
rational
16,251 Views
A diagram is not a model. Some people may argue, but lack of an understanding about the differences between these two kinds of representations can lead to undesirable situations. A diagram is...
from Blog: The Invisible Thread


Using models to manage complexity: You’re doing it right now!
ZachJory
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engineering
systems
modeling
model
modelbasedsystemsengin...
systemsengineering
4,237 Views
In my job, I routinely find myself talking with clients about using modeling to support their systems engineering activities. The discussion usually focuses on the challenges a team is having, and most of their difficulty can often be traced back to a lack of...
from Blog: The Invisible Thread
Modified on by ZachJory


Top 10 modeling hints for system engineers by Bruce Douglass
AcdntlPoet
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tips
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tricks
modeling
rational
rationalrhapsody
top10
rationalclientsupport
2,769 Views
Over the course of 10 weeks in Q4 2013, developerWorks Rational featured a modeling tip for systems engineers each week from Bruce Douglass. Undeniably, Bruce's 35 years of experience and credentials make him the perfect person to provide this...
from Blog: Notes from Rational Support


Logic Behind TELELOGIC Licensing
Saurabh.Tyagi
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architect
tool
uml
licensing
point
tau
synergy
sdl
system
doors
modeling
focal
telelogic
rationalclientsupport
rational
rhapsody
6,237 Views
Let's understand the concept of Telelogic based products licensing concepts. Telelogic Products: Focal Point  System for management of product and project portfolios. DOORS  Requirements tracking tool. System...
from Blog: Notes from Rational Support
Modified on by AcdntlPoet


Un Peu de Math avec CPLEX
There is one thing I didn't disclose in my previous post (Un Peu de Math) on the Analytic Bridge Mathematical Competition : I used CPLEX to refine and validate various hypothesis. As usual, my first try...
from Blog: IT Best Kept Secret Is Optimization
Modified on by JeanFrancoisPuget


More On Absolute Value
I needed to model an absolute value in a MIP model. I could have used one of the methods described in the very good review by Paul Rubin , but another method seemed better suited to my special case. I am given a binary variable z and...
from Blog: IT Best Kept Secret Is Optimization
Modified on by JeanFrancoisPuget


DWave vs CPLEX Comparison. Part 2: QUBO
Can we improve CPLEX performance for yet another test series used in McGeoch&Wang paper , namely the native QUBO instances? According to the paper, these instances were random instances constructed to match what the DWave hardware can solve...
from Blog: IT Best Kept Secret Is Optimization
Modified on by JeanFrancoisPuget


DWave vs CPLEX Comparison. Part 1: QAP
Why am I discussing again the DWave quantum computer vs CPLEX comparison paper published by Cathy McGeoch and Carrie Wong ? Mainly because it looked like an interesting challenge to redo the CPLEX experiments to...
from Blog: IT Best Kept Secret Is Optimization
Modified on by JeanFrancoisPuget


Verifying Requirements Qua Requirements
VijaySankar
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rationaldoors
traceability
rationalrhapsody
ibm
requirements
guest
rational
modeling
modelbasedsystemsengin...
5,360 Views
We have with us today Bruce Powel Douglass. He doesn't need an intro for most of us  Embedded Software Methodologist. Triathlete. Systems engineer. Contributor to UML and SysML specifications. Writer. Black Belt. Neuroscientist. Classical guitarist. High...
from Blog: Requirements Management Blog
