NTX Meeting: Connecting System Architecture to Model-Based Design

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Bell, L-3

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All are welcome to join us for presentations on a variety of SE topics. We meet online and in various locations throughout DFW.
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Connecting System Architecture to Model-Based Design

Presenter: Lyle Shipton

Abstract: System engineering is a challenging problem. In this talk, we present a workflow for system and software architectural modeling and analysis with a tight connection to Model-Based Design.
Agenda:
-Building a bridge between early architecture work and downstream design
-Creating architecture models and extending the language through stereotypes and profiles
-Analyzing architectures
-Moving to design and implementation  
Bio: Lyle received his B.S. and M.S. in Aerospace Engineering from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Upon completion of his thesis, Lyle joined Space Exploration Technologies, where he served as the lead engineer for Falcon 9 structural testing and stage integration. After leaving SpaceX, Lyle joined Eaton Aerospace's Fuel and Motion Control Division as lead systems design engineer for system controllers. He joined MathWorks in July 2016. His focus is on Model-Based Design for high-integrity system development.