METHOD FOR 3D-ENVIRONMENT DRIVEN DOMAIN KNOWLEDGE ELICITATION AND SYSTEM MODEL GENERATION
Published online by Cambridge University Press: 11 June 2020
The development of cyber-physical systems requires close cooperation between stakeholders from different disciplines. Model-based systems engineering support this by the design of a system model. Non-identified domain knowledge by the stakeholders is a challenge when creating the system model. The CONSENS 3D-Modeling Method supports the domain-independent elicitation of domain knowledge using a 3D environment and enables the derivation of a SysML system model. We applyed the method by implementing a prototype, called 3D Engineer, to an application example from the automotive industry.
- Proceedings of the Design Society: DESIGN Conference , Volume 1 , May 2020 , pp. 197 - 206
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