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When working with Model based System Engineering there needs to be tight conformance to standards that are internationally recognized. When creating and validating a design this includes human input involving team collaboration, as well as computer interpretation of these standards. Part three of this series looks into Enterprise Architect’s features for the Human and Computer interpretation of the Model Based Systems Engineering.

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Session 1

Melbourne Tue 24 Jan 09:00 am
New York Mon 23 Jan 17:00 pm
Los Angeles Mon 23 Jan 14:00 pm
Singapore Tue 24 Jan 06:00 am
London Mon 23 Jan 22:00 pm

Session 2


Dermot O'BryanSparx Systems
Scott HebbardCommunications Manager
Sparx Systems

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All three example models can be downloaded from the Sparx Systems resources page using the link below, simply press the plus symbol to expand all of the options: Example Model
The EAExample model ships with every copy of Enterprise Architect, however you may wish to download the latest version if you have made changes to the existing model or would like to experiment and alter. Enterprise Architect Example Model Enterprise Architect Business examples Enterprise Architect Simulation Model
Enterprise Architect supports both SysML and BPMN. Both models can be built, managed and connected using the one tool, Enterprise Architect.

For more information on Business Process Models, please refer to the Enterprise Architect User Guide for more information: Business Process Model and Notation (BPMN)
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