Checking SysML Models Against Safety and Security Properties
Published: 1 December 2021
Abstract: Systems engineering, or engineering in general, has long been relying on document-centric approaches. Switching to model-based systems engineering, or MBSE for short, has extensively been discussed over the past three decades. Since about two decades, MBSE has been commonly associated with the modeling language SysML (Systems Modeling Language), which offers a standardized notation, not a methodology of using it. SysML needs therefore to be associated with a methodology supported by tools. In this paper, a methodology supported by the free and open-source software TTool is associated with SysML. This paper focuses discussion on methodological issues, leading the authors to share their experience in real-time systems modeling. Modeling with SysML is more than just drawing the different diagrams. Associated tools offer possibilities to analyze SysML models for specific properties. In this paper, verification addresses both safety and security properties. The TTool model checker inputs the SysML model enriched with safety properties to be verified and outputs an yes/no answer for each property. Security verification checks SysML models against confidentiality, integrity, and authenticity properties. As an illustration of the proposed approach, an aircraft cockpit door control system is modeled in SysML and verified against safety and security properties.
Keywords: safety / Language / MBSE / verification / engineering / checks / Checking SysML Models
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