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Chapter 5. SysML Language Architecture > 5.1 The OMG SysML Language Specificati...

5.1 The OMG SysML Language Specification

The official OMG SysML specification [1] was developed in response to the requirements specified in the UML for Systems Engineering Request for Proposal (UML for SE RFP) [35]. It was formally adopted by the Object Management Group (OMG) in 2006 as an extension to the Unified Modeling Language (UML) [36], and became publicly available in September 2007. The SysML specification is maintained and evolved by the OMG SysML Revision Task Force (RTF).

The SysML specification defines a set of language concepts that can be used to model systems. The SysML concepts are described in three parts:

ent An abstract syntax, or schema, which defines the language concepts and is described by a metamodel

ent A concrete syntax, or notation, which defines how the language concepts are represented and is described using notation tables


  

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