Started by asmundhjulstad, August 31, 2021, 12:40:43 PM
Quote from: asmundhjulstad on August 31, 2021, 12:40:43 PMTo start, the example in section 11-5 of the specification has a relation between the materials and the equipment that I am unable to recreate in Archi (version 3.
Quote from: asmundhjulstad on August 31, 2021, 12:40:43 PMI am looking for examples of using Material, Equipment and flows alongside application functions and user interfaces, but am struggling, even with the syntax.
Quote from: Jean-Baptiste Sarrodie on August 31, 2021, 14:26:21 PMQuote from: asmundhjulstad on August 31, 2021, 12:40:43 PMI am looking for examples of using Material, Equipment and flows alongside application functions and user interfaces, but am struggling, even with the syntax. I should be able to find or create some examples, but maybe you should first explain what you goal or need is. For example, explain why you want to have physical elements next to application functions and user interface as these are usually not mixed (the physical "world" is usually used directly by humans, with no application in between).
Quote from: asmundhjulstad on September 01, 2021, 06:40:36 AMI see in the specification example that several of the access arrows are directed from material to equipment, but perhaps this is an error?
Quote from: asmundhjulstad on September 01, 2021, 06:40:36 AMThe model will describe a new system-of-systems for tracking of items through parts of a distributed supply and manufacture chain. Users will inspect, measure and mark individual items (and sometimes manufacture). Then shipped to final site, where some re-inspection might take place. Eventually, items will be assigned to a specific location in the finished product which is then assembled at the final location. The purpose of the modelling effort is to facilitate discussions on functional allocation (who is responsible for what, and in which system), in turn identifying system boundaries and interfaces. Further, to discuss sequencing of implementation and possible future developments. There will be lifting equipment, hand held bar code readers, bar code readers integrated in cranes, inspection results, detailed manufacturing designs, pre-assembled items, globally unique identifiers, shared databases, multiple companies, boat freight, heavy machinery and their control systems. Unreliable wifi, unreliable internet, user authentication, Excel integration [sic], (not all in one diagram, of course).