SysML (System Modeling Language) is a subset of UML, that was extended to become a general purpose graphical modeling language for specifying, analyzing, designing, and verifying complex systems that may include hardware, software, information, personnel, procedures, and facilities. 

I am glad to announce a bout the ‘SysML 1.0 Fundamentals’ new free course available via abelski at www.abelski.com. This new course explains the differences and the relationship between SysML and UML, presents the new diagrams SysML adds to those extended from UML and overviews the changes SysML introduces to those diagrams it extends from UML.

This new course includes the following topics:
Introduction to SysML
System Modeling
Requirements Diagram
Block Diagram
Parametric Diagram
Activity Diagram
Modeling Elements

Taking this course, you should already be familiar with UML.

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