An approach to systems engineering tool data representation by Erik Herzog.

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A ring indicates the destination object. Optional attributes are depicted with a dashed line and mandatory with a solid line. Attributes can also be defined as sets, arrays and bags. In EXPRESS-G the labels, S, A, and B are used to indicate sets, arrays and bags of objects. Cardinality constraints may be defined on both forward and inverse attributes. Inverse relationships are identified by the keyword (INV). • Thick lines are used to represent inheritance relationships among entities. A ring is used to indicate the subtype in the relationship.

1: Mapping function classes 26 Name Description Equality A class for the mapping functions whose application results in equivalent semantic in the source and sink schema. Restriction A class for the mapping functions whose application results in a semantic in the sink schema that is more specific than the original semantics. 1: Mapping function classes Name Description Generalisation A class for the mapping functions whose application results in a semantic in a sink schema that is more general than the original semantics.

The output of this part of the Systems Engineering process is not in the form of production specifications (CAD drawings, program code) for physical or logical products, but specifications of systems and their components for all of its life-cycle phases.

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