1CEA LIST – MaRK’09 – 1st
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The Papyrus tool as an Eclipse UML2-modelingThe Papyrus tool as an Eclip...
The Papyrus tool as an Eclipse UML2-modeling environment for requirements – MaRK’09 2DTSI
Modelling and requirement proces...
The Papyrus tool as an Eclipse UML2-modeling environment for requirements – MaRK’09 3DTSI
A need to combine the approaches...
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The Papyrus tool
 Open source m...
The Papyrus tool as an Eclipse UML2-modeling environment for requirements – MaRK’09 5DTSI
The DARWIN approach
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Requirements models
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04 The Papyrus tool as an Eclipse UML2-modeling environment for requirements

  1. 1. 1CEA LIST – MaRK’09 – 1st of September, 2009 DTSI The Papyrus tool as an Eclipse UML2-modelingThe Papyrus tool as an Eclipse UML2-modeling environment for requirementsenvironment for requirements Hubert DUBOISHubert DUBOIS, Fadoi LAKHAL and Sébastien GERARD, Fadoi LAKHAL and Sébastien GERARD CEA LISTCEA LIST
  2. 2. The Papyrus tool as an Eclipse UML2-modeling environment for requirements – MaRK’09 2DTSI Modelling and requirement processes  Two separated approaches: Requirement process:  To elicit the requirements  To express the requirements  To verify the requirements Modeling process:  To express the proposed solution: mostly UML context RE RM Specification & Analysis Design Implementation Solution M odelling Process Requirem entM odelling Process RM RM Solution ProductTest RE RM Specification & Analysis Design Implementation Solution M odelling Process Requirem entM odelling Process RM RM Solution ProductTest
  3. 3. The Papyrus tool as an Eclipse UML2-modeling environment for requirements – MaRK’09 3DTSI A need to combine the approaches  Different solutions in the UML-like model-based approaches:  SysML [from 2001]  Integration of requirements in specific modeling:  Automotive domain (EAST-ADL, MeMVaTEx profiles)  Generic domain requirement metamodel (CESAR project)  Why so many recent propositions in this domain?  A difficulty to associate models and requirements to better verify the models  A need to ensure the requirements for normative reasons (safety considerations, certification, etc.)  Uncompleteness of existing approaches & tools:  UML modelling, Reqtify, DOORS, etc.  An adaptation of the Papyrus tool for requirement
  4. 4. The Papyrus tool as an Eclipse UML2-modeling environment for requirements – MaRK’09 4DTSI The Papyrus tool  Open source modelling tool for UML2 (V1.11)  Developed by the CEA LIST since February 2007  Papyrus website: http://www.papyrusuml.org  Two versions :  a standalone product on various targets (OSX, Windows, Linux)  A UML editor that extends Eclipse based on EMF/GEF technologies  Papyrus provides an efficient graphical editor for the Unified Modelling Language (UML 2)  Papyrus obviously addresses the two key features expected from a UML2 graphical editor: modeling and profiling.  Papyrus V2 coming soon:  New features:  Sash windows: possibility to see several diagrams at the same time  Plug diagram editors without modify the core.  Use GMF framework to design homogeneous diagrams  Use GMF runtime to gain advantages of this technology.  Became an Eclipse project (2009-02-10)  http://www.eclipse.org/modeling/mdt/?project=papyrus
  5. 5. The Papyrus tool as an Eclipse UML2-modeling environment for requirements – MaRK’09 5DTSI The DARWIN approach Specifications Statemate Solution Models Requirement Models & traceability V&V  Structure based on a triptych  A specific Requirement Metamodel  A specific profile to implement the specific metamodel: a SysML extension
  6. 6. The Papyrus tool as an Eclipse UML2-modeling environment for requirements – MaRK’09 6DTSI Requirements models  To represent requirements  To represent requirements evolution  To trace requirements into the solution models  To help in validating the requirements
  7. 7. The Papyrus tool as an Eclipse UML2-modeling environment for requirements – MaRK’09 7DTSI  New functionalities in Papyrus to manage requirements in UML-models: Based on a specific Requirement Metamodel Done in Papyrus V1 – In Papyrus V2  Tested in industrial contexts: automotive, aeronautic, transportation.  Some inputs in other related approaches: EAST-ADL CESAR  Relation with safety considerations Conclusion & Perspectives

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