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About Raphael FAUDOU

Graduate from ENSEEIHT (Toulouse, France) Raphael Faudou started his professional career as a software developer and became progressively UML consultant and software architect. From 2007 he started to focus on Systems Engineering and learned SysML. He started deploying SysML training and support in Industry from 2008. In November 2013 he left AtoS and funded « Samares Engineering » that mainly focuses on modeling practices to support system definition (http://www.samares-engineering.com). He teaches Model-Based Systems Engineering in several high schools and supports MBSE deployment in the industry (coaching, method definition, and tooling recommendations and customization). He is an active member of the AFIS (INCOSE French Chapter) since 2013 and is co-chairman of the MBSE technical committee.

Part 3 – Early validation of stakeholder needs through functional simulation

This article, part of "Advanced MBSE with SysML" series, deals with the creation of a functional architecture that can be simulated to validate part of the functional needs early in the development cycle.

By |June 11th, 2020|Advanced MBSE with SysML|

Part 2 – From textual requirements to model and to textual req again

This article, part of "Advanced MBSE with SysML" series, deals with the zig zag between textual requirements stored in a Requirement Management tool and the SysML modeling tool used to refine the functional requirements through modeling elements.

By |May 13th, 2020|Advanced MBSE with SysML|

Part 1 – Formalization of functional needs with SysML

This article, part of "Advanced MBSE with SysML" series, deals with the formalization of the functional needs and the possible mappings between the different views to ensure global consistency.

By |April 7th, 2020|Advanced MBSE with SysML|