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A Case Study is a collection of information about an individual, company, standards body or entity that wish to illustrate their experience with Enterprise Architect. It could describe an evaluation of a process, specific implementation, a real world example or demonstrate a best practice approach for a given industry or domain. Use this link to submit innovative and exciting case studies on how Enterprise Architect has been successfully used within your organization.

  In Parts 1, 2, and 3 of this article series we introduced a student project that I’m managing at the University of Southern California Center for Systems and Software Engineering.  This article (Part 4) describes the results of our first semester’s effort.  We are currently getting started again on enhancements with a new group of students for the Spring 2017 semester.  USC’s location in downtown Los Angeles is at the epicenter of a lot of bad driving, so we’re attempting a “crowdsourced bad driver reporting system”. Our system consists of a voice-activated “dashboard-cam” mobile app connected to a Mongo database…
This article shares an MDG Technology that integrates Sparx Enterprise Architect UML models with JHipster. VISEO EA UML to JHipster Generator MDG produces JDL (JHipster Domain Language) content from UML models maintained in Enterprise Architect. This output can be used in JHipster to create the application's entities, including properties and relations. Not being able to find a suitable tool that generates JHipster entities from UML models, I started such integration for a software application that has been implemented with JHipster 2. Note: the current version of the MDG is compatible with JHipster 2, latest available version when the project started. JHipster 3 new features could be…
  In Part 1 and Part 2 of this article series we introduced a student project that I’m managing at the University of Southern California Center for Systems and Software Engineering (USC CSSE).  USC’s location in downtown Los Angeles is at the epicenter of a lot of bad driving, so we’re attempting a “crowdsourced bad driver reporting system” this semester, and because we need to be really productive, we’re using Enterprise Architect to model the project.   The statistics on the costs of bad driving to society and to insurance companies are staggering.  Among the high points from the article…
Read Part 1 of this Case Study We’re attempting a “crowdsourced bad driver reporting system” this semester, and because we need to be really productive, we’re using Enterprise Architect to model the project, field-test the Resilient Agile process, and to coordinate all of the student homework.  Students communicate with each other and with me using a shared EA model. This semester I’m working with a group of 15 Masters students and an aggregate effective time budget of 80 student hours per week.  We’ve got about 12 usable weeks of student time, so it works out to a time budget of…
  Introduction (See attachment for full article)   For the past several years I’ve enjoyed a mostly informal association with the University of Southern California Center for Systems and Software Engineering (USC CSSE).  I was on-staff at USC a few years ago teaching SysML and Model Based Systems Engineering, but for the last few years I’ve been mentoring Computer Science grad students in two Masters courses: CS577 Software Engineering and CS590 Directed Research.   The Directed Research (DR) course is basically a mechanism for students who are about to graduate from the Masters program but are one or two units short…
Friday, 05 August 2016 09:25

Global Carbon Data - UML Model Led Architecture

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  It is particularly important to measure and manage carbon emissions reduction from project activities. The major objective of the Global Carbon Data program is to establish and communicate accurate monitoring algorithms to quantify emissions reduction.  Carbon abatement projects can then qualify for carbon offsets/credits using these standard methodologies. The program is to offer a centre of excellence for those organisations who want to engage in testbeds for specific project types, facilitating knowledge and technology sharing of climate change and greenhouse gas emissions reduction. Data can be published to reach governments, NGOs and the corporate sector through a climate change specific cloud…
Dunstan Thomas Consulting Cloud services deployment of Sparx Enterprise Architect for ATOC Dunstan Thomas Consulting (DTC) worked with ATOC to install and configure Sparx Systems Enterprise Architect to enable them to work in a collaborative environment using a MySQL hosted model repository. This model repository was located on a server within the ATOC premises and accessed via LAN and ODBC and remotely via a VPN. During this engagement, Dunstan Thomas Consulting not only worked with ATOC but also ensured that they had gained the skills necessary to perform all repository administration tasks (such as creating new Groups and Users) by…
Monday, 30 March 2015 09:10

Developing and debugging in UML models

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Especially when concerning more deeply embedded systems with complex multicore SoCs, it is often not easy to prove functional safety. In this case, using a model-based development platform such as Enterprise Architect along with a code generator optimized for embedded applications and a model-based testing tool with hardware-level debugger, this problem is relatively easy to solve. This combination allows developers to design, test and debug their software on the same level of abstraction - also on the real target. Model-based development is finding more and more followers, and the field of industrial and automotive embedded systems is no exception. This…
Executive Summary Dunstan Thomas Consulting (DTC) worked with the Waitrose IT Strategy & Architecture team to understand how to get maximum value from using Sparx Enterprise Architect (EA). The team wanted to explore the capabilities of the tool to optimise its existing investment in EA skills and software Background Waitrose IT has used Sparx Enterprise Architect since 2008 for UML modelling as part of the Partnership Systems Development Methodology (PSDM). This methodology is used across the John Lewis Partnership as part of the development lifecycle. In December 2013 the Waitrose IT Strategy & Architecture team started to investigate how to…
eaDocX's eaXL module makes it possible to import and export information between Excel and Sparx Enterprise Architect, e.g. requirements, classes (including attributes or methods), use cases, etc. This article provides a feedback on a real-life experience where eaXL has been used for a request for proposal (RFP): more than a hundred requirements have been imported into Enterprise Architect in order to carry the analysis and build the response with the aid and support of the model-driven approach. Steps involved to import the customer's requirements are covered in this article. Note: eaXL module for Excel support requires eaDocX Corporate edition. Context…
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