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SysML Distilled: A Brief Guide to the Systems Modeling Language by Lenny Delligatti

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Appendix B. Changes Between SysML Versions

SysML is a living language; it evolves continually to resolve errors and ambiguities in the specification and to better meet the needs of the systems modeling community. All practitioners have the right and the ability to submit issues about the SysML specification to the OMG. If you discover any errors or ambiguities in the specification or if you feel that the current version of SysML lacks a modeling feature you need for your work, you can write up the issue and submit it by e-mail to issues@omg.org.

A SysML Revision Task Force (RTF) convenes on an 18- to 24-month cycle to review, discuss, and vote on a final disposition of the issues submitted during the preceding cycle. The result is a revision ...

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