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A central promise of Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) is to provide all members of a development team with the right tools to manage all information about their product throughout its life-cycle. The key to deliver this promise is a pragmatic methodology without introducing new overheads, steep learning curves or the need to buy expensive software.(More)
Editors: Michael Rabinovich • mis@br ics .dk Steve Vinoski • vinoski@ieee .org Active Web Service Registries Atom news feeds can work both as an infrastructure for distributed Web service registries and to inform users about Web service changes. The authors consider an approach in which every Web service provider offers a Web service registry news channel(More)
Variant exploration is often construed as synonymous with a significant increase in work and a decrease in clarity. Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) has been heralded as a potential solution to streamline the process by supporting exploration of numerous parallel variants within a common multidimensional model. Successful decoupling of variants from(More)
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