On-Demand OOSEM Accelerator™ MBSE Methodology Training Course, 2023 Edition

The OOSEM Accelerator™ MBSE Methodology Training Course provides 26 hours of Model Based Systems Engineering methodology training, taught by the author of SysML Distilled. This course is divided into 16 on-demand activities, which you can view from any web-connected computer.

 

This course is a must have for your tool box. Even if you have prior knowledge of MBSE methodologies, you’ll want to take this course as a refresher. I seriously hope my fellow System of Systems and Systems Engineers from across the DoD follow suit and learn what Lenny has to offer. The material was concise and the learning experience well worth the investment of time.

— William T. Ward, CBM+ Communication Architecture Lead,  U.S. Army CERDEC

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This course walks participants through the INCOSE Object-Oriented Systems Engineering Method (OOSEM) modeling method as they build a model step-by-step hands-on in the Cameo Systems Modeler (a.k.a. MagicDraw) modeling and simulation tool. (Proficiency in SysML is a prerequisite for this course.)

What you will learn:

  • The roots of the return-on-investment from practicing MBSE – with supporting data 
  •  The design activities in the Object-Oriented Systems Engineering Method (OOSEM) modeling methodology
  •  Creating an effective model structure for partitioning design elements and representing that model structure on SysML package diagrams
  • Capturing stakeholders and their concerns in a SysML model
  •  Modeling system use cases and actors with SysML use case diagrams
  •  Creating SysML activity diagrams to graphically represent system use case specifications
  •  Creating a structural model of a system’s domain and representing it on SysML block definition diagrams (BDDs) and internal block diagrams (IBDs)
  •  Modeling system requirements and traceability relationships with SysML requirements diagrams, matrices, and tables
  •  Creating a structural model of a system’s architecture and representing it on SysML BDDs and IBDs
  •  Creating a behavioral model of the system via decomposition of use case level behaviors
  •  Allocating system behaviors to system structures
  •  Modeling interfaces and object flow in dynamic and static views of the system
  •  Creating SysML state machine diagrams to represent the state-based behavior of system structures
  •  The mechanics of operating the MagicDraw SysML modeling tool to create and simulate a system model

Go Ahead!

View a sample lesson, Activity 14: “Define Logical Decomposition,” Segment 3: Brainstorming System Parts for free.

If you are a manager, team lead, or training coordinator, we invite you to request a quote for a group enrollment discount.

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