Softeam research and development team prepares different demonstration and tutorials for various cutting age research topics. This page is dedicated to reflect our work on demonstrations and tutorials.
Demos and tutorials
Description: As part of the PRESTO project, several features have been carried out in Modelio. The video shows an overview of some of these features.
Description: This case study gives a brief summary of the Modelio Systems Architect Solution. The case study illustrates the utilization of both SysML and MARTE profiles in the context of automotive domain, and more specifically related to the system specification of a BMW sedan that has a dedicated module for detecting and avoiding collisions with incoming objects: such as incoming vehicles on the road or pedestrians crossing the crosswalks.
An initial version of this case study has been developed and used as a guiding example in the case of the EU FP7 MADES project. The example inspires from the latest MARTE 1.1 and SysML 1.3 specifications. Additionally, details regarding the BMW specifications such as those related to performance have been integrated in the case study from online automobile catalogs, such as found here.
Detailed information about the case study can be found here.
Description: Softeam was present at the 22nd Annual INCOSE International Symposium, held in Rome-Italy, 9th-12th July 2012; as an exhibitor and also participated in the INCOSE's Tool Vendor Challenge (TVC).
A video explaining the solution and Modelio's features can be found below:
The complete presentation of Softeam's solution for the TVC is as follows:
Description: As part of the MADES project presentation at the OMG Workshop on Real-time, Embedded and Enterprise-Scale Time-Critical Systems, held in Paris-France on 18th April 2012; Modelio Open source features were illustrated in the form of a demo.
The complete presentation of the MADES project can be found here.
Description: The SoaML Tutorial presents the SoaML language, the methodology developped in the SHAPE project and Modelio SoaML Designer. The SoaML specification is illustrated with Discount Voyages case study and webcast demonstrations of the hands-on session.
The tutorial was given at ECMFA 2010 in Paris on the 16th of June.
During the tutorial the following topics were addressed:
Description: In this demo with demonstrate a seamless approach for SPEM process enactment.
ModelPlex project delivered a methodology for Simulation Verification and Testing (SVT). The methodology was formalized with the OMG SPEM language. On top of this, we introduce a project instantiation mechanism that helps to create a project plan for the Testing activities.
In order to support involved personnel during the project, a specific Workflow Management Service is called. This service provides all information required for tasks execution and timely distributes the events (task start, deadline reached, task finished).
The approach is implemented on top of commercially standard technologies SPEM, BPMN, BPEL, Web Services involving a seamless transforamtion from a SPEM driven project plan to an executable BPEL.
The demonstration is devided in 2 parts - click on the links to see the demo:
Description: This screen cast demonstrates our experimental approach for the SPEM processes enactment using BPEL orchestrations.
Procube Designer and Planner are used for the SPEM process definition. Eclipse BPEL editor is used for viewing the obtained orchestration.
Description: This screen cast demonstrates feasibility of the orchestration of ModelBus services with a BPEL engine.
Several tools are connected over the ModelBus: Model repository, OCL checker. Active BPEL engine is used for orchestration of ModelBus services. The orchestrations are seamlessly deployed into Active BPEL server using an Eclipse deployment plugin made by SOFTEAM.
Description: This screen cast demonstrates basics of the Protocol State Machine verification approach applied to the Telefonica case study - configuration management of the multiple networking devices.
Objecteering CASE Tool is used for editing and verification of protocol state machines.
Description: The screen cast demonstrates an overview of the modernization methodology and supporting tools developed by MOMOCS project. The editor part is based on Objecteering CASE Tool and applies XIRUP metamodel.
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