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"In keeping with the outstanding tradition of Addison-Wesley's technical publications, Lenny Delligatti's "SysML Distilled"does not disappoint. Lenny has done a masterful job of capturing the spirit of OMG SysML as a practical, standards-based modeling language to help systems engineers address growing system complexity. This book is loaded with matter-of-fact insights, starting with basic MBSE concepts to distinguishing the subtle differences between use cases and scenarios to illumination on namespaces and SysML packages, and even speaks to some of the more esoteric SysML semantics such as token flows." -Jeff Estefan, Principal Engineer, NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory "The power of a modeling language, such as SysML, is that it facilitates communication not only within systems engineering but across disciplines and across the development life cycle. Many languages have the potential to increase communication, but without an effective guide, they can fall short of that objective. In "SysML Distilled," Lenny Delligatti combines just the right amount of technology with a common-sense approach to utilizing SysML toward achieving that communication. Having worked in systems and software engineering across many domains for the last 30 years, and having taught computer languages, UML, and SysML to many organizations and within the college setting, I find Lenny's book an invaluable resource. He presents the concepts clearly and provides useful and pragmatic examples to get you off the ground quickly and enables you to be an effective modeler."-Thomas W. Fargnoli, Lead Member of the Engineering Staff, Lockheed Martin "This book provides an excellent introduction to SysML. Lenny Delligatti's explanations are concise and easy to understand; the examples well thought out and interesting."-Susanne Sherba, Senior Lecturer, Department of Computer Science, University of Denver "Lenny hits the thin line between a reference book for SysML to look up elements and an entertaining book that could be read in its entirety to learn the language. A great book in the tradition of the famous "UML Distilled.""-Tim Weilkiens, CEO, oose "More informative than a PowerPoint, less pedantic than an OMG Profile Specification, "SysML Distilled" offers practicing systems engineers just the right level of the motivation, concepts, and notation of pure OMG SysML for them to attain fluency with this graphical language for the specification and analysis of their practical and complex systems."-Lonnie VanZandt, chief architect, No Magic, Inc. "Delligatti's "SysML Distilled" is a most aptly named book; it represents the distillation of years of experience in teaching and using SysML in industrial settings. The author presents a very clear and highly readable view of this powerful but complex modeling language, illustrating its use via easy-to-follow practical examples. Although intended primarily as an introduction to SysML, I have no doubt that it will also serve as a handy reference for experienced practitioners."-Bran Selic, president, Malina Software Corp. "SysML is a rather intimidating modeling language, but in this book Lenny makes it really easy to understand, and the advice throughout the book will help practitioners avoid numerous pitfalls and help them grasp and apply the core elements and the spirit of SysML. If you are planning on applying SysML, this is the book for you!"-Celso Gonzalez, senior developer, IBM Rational ""SysML Distilled" is a great book for engineers who are starting to delve into model-based systems engineering. The space system examples capture the imagination and express the concepts in a simple but effective way."-Matthew C. Hause, chief consulting engineer, Atego and chair, OMG UPDM Group "I've been deeply involved with OMG since the 1990s, but my professional needs have not often taken me into the SysML realm. So I thought I'd be a good beta tester for Lenny's book. To my delight, I learned a great deal reading through it, and I know you will too."-Doug Tolbert, distinguished engineer, Unisys, and member, OMG Board of Directors and Architecture Board ""SysML Distilled" provides a clear and comprehensive description of the language component of model-based systems engineering, while offering suggestions for where to find information about the tool and methodology components. There is evidence throughout the book that the author has a deep understanding of SysML and its application in a system development process. I will definitely be using this as a textbook in the MBSE courses I teach."-J. D. Baker, OCUP, OCSMP, member of the OMG Architecture Board ""SysML Distilled" is the desktop companion that many SysML modelers have needed for their bookshelves. Lenny has the experience and certifications to help you through your day-to-day modeling questions. This book is not a tutorial, nor is it the encyclopedic compendium of all things SysML. If you model using SysML, this will become your daily companion, as it is meant to be used regularly. I believe your copy will soon be dog-eared, with sticky notes throughout."-Dr. Robert Cloutier, Stevens Institute of Technology "SysML is utilized today in a wide range of applications, including deep space robotic spacecraft and down-to-earth agricultural equipment. This book concisely presents SysML in a manner that is both refreshingly accessible for new learners and quite handy for seasoned practitioners."-Russell Peak, MBSE branch chief, Aerospace Systems Design Lab, Georgia Tech ""SysML Distilled" is a wonderfully written, knowledgeable, and concise addition to systems modeling literature. The lucid explanations lead a newcomer by the hand into modeling reasonably complex systems, and the wealth and depth of the coverage of the most-used aspects of the SysML modeling language stretch to even enabling advanced intermediate depictions of most systems. It also serves as a handy reference. Kudos to Mr. Delligatti for gifting the world with this very approachable view of systems modeling."-Bobbin Teegarden, CTO/chief architect, OntoAge and Board Member, No Magic, Inc.

In keeping with the outstanding tradition of Addison-Wesley s technical publications, Lenny Delligatti s "SysML Distilled" does not disappoint. Lenny has done a masterful job of capturing the spirit of OMG SysML as a practical, standards-based modeling language to help systems engineers address growing system complexity. This book is loaded with matter-of-fact insights, starting with basic MBSE concepts to distinguishing the subtle differences between use cases and scenarios to illumination on namespaces and SysML packages, and even speaks to some of the more esoteric SysML semantics such as token flows. Jeff Estefan, Principal Engineer, NASA s Jet Propulsion Laboratory The power of a modeling language, such as SysML, is that it facilitates communication not only within systems engineering but across disciplines and across the development life cycle. Many languages have the potential to increase communication, but without an effective guide, they can fall short of that objective. In "SysML Distilled", Lenny Delligatti combines just the right amount of technology with a common-sense approach to utilizing SysML toward achieving that communication. Having worked in systems and software engineering across many domains for the last 30 years, and having taught computer languages, UML, and SysML to many organizations and within the college setting, I find Lenny s book an invaluable resource. He presents the concepts clearly and provides useful and pragmatic examples to get you off the ground quickly and enables you to be an effective modeler. Thomas W. Fargnoli, Lead Member of the Engineering Staff, Lockheed Martin This book provides an excellent introduction to SysML. Lenny Delligatti s explanations are concise and easy to understand; the examples well thought out and interesting. Susanne Sherba, Senior Lecturer, Department of Computer Science, University of Denver Lenny hits the thin line between a reference book for SysML to look up elements and an entertaining book that could be read in its entirety to learn the language. A great book in the tradition of the famous "UML Distilled." Tim Weilkiens, CEO, oose More informative than a PowerPoint, less pedantic than an OMG Profile Specification, "SysML Distilled" offers practicing systems engineers just the right level of the motivation, concepts, and notation of pure OMG SysML for them to attain fluency with this graphical language for the specification and analysis of their practical and complex systems. Lonnie VanZandt, chief architect, No Magic, Inc. Delligatti s " SysML Distilled " is a most aptly named book; it represents the distillation of years of experience in teaching and using SysML in industrial settings. The author presents a very clear and highly readable view of this powerful but complex modeling language, illustrating its use via easy-to-follow practical examples. Although intended primarily as an introduction to SysML, I have no doubt that it will also serve as a handy reference for experienced practitioners. Bran Selic, president, Malina Software Corp. SysML is a rather intimidating modeling language, but in this book Lenny makes it really easy to understand, and the advice throughout the book will help practitioners avoid numerous pitfalls and help them grasp and apply the core elements and the spirit of SysML. If you are planning on applying SysML, this is the book for you! Celso Gonzalez, senior developer, IBM Rational "SysML Distilled" is a great book for engineers who are starting to delve into model-based systems engineering. The space system examples capture the imagination and express the concepts in a simple but effective way. Matthew C. Hause, chief consulting engineer, Atego and chair, OMG UPDM Group I ve been deeply involved with OMG since the 1990s, but my professional needs have not often taken me into the SysML realm. So I thought I d be a good beta tester for Lenny s book. To my delight, I learned a great deal reading through it, and I know you will too. Doug Tolbert, distinguished engineer, Unisys, and member, OMG Board of Directors and Architecture Board "SysML Distilled" provides a clear and comprehensive description of the language component of model-based systems engineering, while offering suggestions for where to find information about the tool and methodology components. There is evidence throughout the book that the author has a deep understanding of SysML and its application in a system development process. I will definitely be using this as a textbook in the MBSE courses I teach. J. D. Baker, OCUP, OCSMP, member of the OMG Architecture Board "SysML Distilled" is the desktop companion that many SysML modelers have needed for their bookshelves. Lenny has the experience and certifications to help you through your day-to-day modeling questions. This book is not a tutorial, nor is it the encyclopedic compendium of all things SysML. If you model using SysML, this will become your daily companion, as it is meant to be used regularly. I believe your copy will soon be dog-eared, with sticky notes throughout. Dr. Robert Cloutier, Stevens Institute of Technology SysML is utilized today in a wide range of applications, including deep space robotic spacecraft and down-to-earth agricultural equipment. This book concisely presents SysML in a manner that is both refreshingly accessible for new learners and quite handy for seasoned practitioners. Russell Peak, MBSE branch chief, Aerospace Systems Design Lab, Georgia Tech "SysML Distilled" is a wonderfully written, knowledgeable, and concise addition to systems modeling literature. The lucid explanations lead a newcomer by the hand into modeling reasonably complex systems, and the wealth and depth of the coverage of the most-used aspects of the SysML modeling language stretch to even enabling advanced intermediate depictions of most systems. It also serves as a handy reference. Kudos to Mr. Delligatti for gifting the world with this very approachable view of systems modeling. Bobbin Teegarden, CTO/chief architect, OntoAge and Board Member, No Magic, Inc."

Über den Autor und weitere Mitwirkende

Lenny Delligatti holds the OMG Certified Systems Modeling Professional (OCSMP): Model Builder Advanced certification. As a senior systems engineer with Lockheed Martin, he created SysML models for NASA s Mission Control Center: 21st Century (MCC-21) project at Johnson Space Center. Lenny is a member of the Object Management Group (OMG) SysML Revision Task Force (RTF). He has delivered hundreds of hours of training to hundreds of systems and software engineers, enabling many to earn certifications and lead MBSE projects. "


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HASH(0x9eab5b28) von 5 Sternen Great Desk Reference 27. Dezember 2013
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I own and learned on A Practical Guide to SysML 2nd Edition (I'll refer to this as FMS), and have access to Systems Engineering with SysML/UML via safari books. I see FMS as a more readable substitute for the actual SysML specification. Systems Engineering with SysML/UML is primarily focused on applying the author's SYSMOD methodology. However, I believe this would be confusing for most users that don't already have a strong foundation in UML/SysML. I'd rate FMS and SysML Distilled as 5/5 stars and Systems Engineering with SysML/UML as 3.5/5 stars in regard to using each as a reference book for SysML. The latter being a bit different in purpose than the first two. I'll describe and compare SysML Distilled and FMS, since these are probably the ones that most people will be looking at.

SysML Distilled seems to fit somewhere in between the two and to me really complements FMS. SysML Distilled is about 1/2 to 1/3 the size of it, and provides some more straight forward guidance and examples that you can quickly reference and use while you are working. While FMS spends more time in the introduction and a description of a simplified version of SysML, SysML Distilled quickly gets to describing each diagram type, and that is the primary focus and organization before finishing up with a chapter on cross-cutting relationships and a desk reference. The topic of SysML Distilled is primarily focused on a space platform example, so if this is your problem space it may be more useful to you, but it is straight forward and descriptive enough to be useful for any domain. The majority of people will find that this book meets all of their needs.

Some of the areas that this book excels at are providing straight forward statements on the purpose and when you might use each diagram type, descriptions for how a certain diagram might provide unique modeling abilities compared to another related diagram (activity vs sequence), and providing concise examples for how you might apply a concept in your modeling (generalization, reference associations). This is something that just doesn't exist in FMS, and ironically you may find SysML Distilled a bit more practical.

You will most likely find the answer to your question more quickly with SysML Distilled compared to FMS, but FMS would go to a bit more depth and covers a broader space. This is why I think SysML Distilled is a better desk reference while modeling if you have to choose one, but I find that by having both, you'll have access to more examples and can cross reference between the two to help understand more complex topics.

Areas you wouldn't find in SysML Distilled, since they aren't really the purpose of it, would be more specific descriptions on model organization or MBSE methodology and organizational considerations for introducing MBSE.
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HASH(0x9eafff84) von 5 Sternen Perfect starting point for CSMP prep 13. Februar 2014
Von Mark A. Gallo - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I highly recommend SysML Distilled to anyone learning the language and/or preparing for the first level of the Certified System Modeling Professional (CSMP) exam. This book provides a great overview of the language and can serve as a fine desk reference for experienced modelers.

After introducing the “Three Pillars of MBSE” (languages, methods, and tools) it wisely focuses on the SysML language, which is the subject of the CSMP-User exam. The book’s organization reflects the structure of the SyML language. While each kind of diagram has a dedicated chapter, I really appreciated how a single recurring example – the design of the “DellSat-77” satellite – was used to build upon the techniques and insights developed in previous chapters.

The book was just right for me, an almost breezy 250 pages, including copious diagrams. Thanks to skillful editing and a conversational writing style, it’s an enjoyable read that provides just enough theory without getting bogged down by abstractions. With moderate effort, in about a week you’ll gain a well-rounded appreciation for SysML that positions you for further study.

For those interested in further study, the author points the way with plenty of references for alternative languages (e.g., UML, UPDM, BPMN, MARTE, SoaML), as well as for popular modeling methodologies (OOSEM, SYSMOD, or IBM Telelogic Harmony-SE) and tools (Cameo, Rhapsody, Enterprise Architect, Modelio, et al).

I’m familiar with most of the previous SysML books on the market. While no single book or reference can completely prepare you for the CSMP exam, I would highly recommend this book as your starting point.

Note: as of this writing, the publisher offers free access to the Safari online version for 45 days.
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HASH(0xa1176474) von 5 Sternen Great Foundation for MBSE 27. Dezember 2013
Von David B.Wood - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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As a Software Engineer now working as an SE, I have a warm spot in my heart for UML Distilled… it filled the gap between the short language introduction and the Three-Amigos reference library. SysML Distilled does the same thing. It provides a quick easy to read overview of the stuff you’ll use 90% of the time.

As the book points out, MBSE is composed of 3 elements: the tools, the process, and the language. If you are transitioning into MBSE, learning the language (SysML) independent of the tools and process will provide the solid foundation you need. SysML Distilled provides that foundation. I read a ‘rough-cut’ on Safari and was impressed enough that we are now doing a SysML Distilled book club at my work.
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HASH(0xa1176168) von 5 Sternen The book I was looking for 28. April 2014
Von Mathias Staf - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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A few years ago, my plan was to learn SysML. My schedule was very busy at that time but how hard could it be? Just spend a few hours reading an introductory book and then learn by doing. The problem was that the introductory book didn’t exist. Overwhelmed by the details in another book, although very well written, I turned to UML instead. A few weeks ago, the need for learning SysML emerged and now I found the very book I was looking for earlier - SysML Distilled. This is an excellent book. It works as an introduction to SysML and it works as a desktop reference. Reading this book, it becomes clear that Mr. Delligatti is not only an author, but an experienced teacher and MBSE professional as well. He explains SysML concepts in a language that is accurate, concise and light hearted. He highlights the tricky features that are commonly misunderstood and also gives some very helpful tips in using SysML. This book put me on the track to my goal of becoming a proficient SysML user.
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HASH(0xa11767e0) von 5 Sternen The Best Place to Start 25. April 2014
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I am reaching the end of my 6-month push up the initial learning curve of the SysML language. After suffering from a few false starts, I have finally settled into a consistent, logical method to learn the language. In my opinion, Delligatti's SysML Distilled is definitely the place to start. He does a masterful job of abstracting the right amount of detail to explain in his relatively short book. His DellSat-77 system model used throughout provides many concrete and generalizable concepts that apply to any system under design. After a couple reads of this book, I was prepared to conquer the larger and more comprehensive, reference-type publications. You need to learn to walk before you can run. I've found SysML Distilled to be best option to begin to walk with SysML.
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