The Object Process Methodology: extending Model-Based Systems Engineering

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05 May 2021 12:00 - 13:00
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Description

May 5th, 12:00 CET


The Object Process Methodology: extending Model-Based Systems Engineering to downstream system lifecycle stages

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Object Process Methodology (OPM) is a conception modelling language and methodology for capturing knowledge and designing systems, specified as ISO/PAS 19450. Based on a minimal universal ontology of stateful objects and processes that transform them, OPM can be used to formally specify the function, structure, and behaviour of artificial and natural systems in a large variety of domains.

Topics to be discussed:

  • Ontology and Universal, top-level ontology.
  • Why stateful objects and processes are the only building blocks needed to model any system.
  • How OPM is deployed to perform tasks beyond the current MBSE.
  • The System Operating System idea.
  • Modelling Internet of Things, Medical Diagnosis, and Natural Language Processing.

Speaker(s)

Professor Dori received his BSc in Industrial Engineering in 1975, the MSc in 1975 and his PhD in Operational Research in 1988. Currently, he is the Professor of Information Systems Engineering at Technion – Israel Institute of Technology.

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Remote Meeting, time for CET (Rome, Paris, Berlin)
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Italy

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Giulio Malinverno
+39 329 012 0271
22100
Como, Italy
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Alternative contact Daniel Fantoni
+39 3355445171
Torino, Italy
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