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Some of these demos do not contain audio narration. Comments are provided in textual form.


 
SysML
ViewletDescriptionTime (min)Size (MB)View
SysML This demo presents SysML plugin for MagicDraw, introduces system engineer user perspective with main SysML diagrams implemented, and shows basics of modeling in SysML. 9:40 6.27
Creating Use Case and SysML Diagrams This demo shows how to export a DOORS Module to a Use Case or SysML diagram in MagicDraw. It also shows how to customize the attributes of a DOORS Module in order to copy to Use Case or SysML Requirements.
Finally, it shows how to export the requirement type from RequisitePro to a Use Case or SysML diagram with custom attribute setting.
2:09 2.32

 
Basics
ViewletDescriptionTime (min)Size (MB)View
MagicDraw Basics This demo introduces the very basics of working with MagicDraw: shows how to create project and diagrams, outlines the main working environments, navigates through elements drawing and presentation options. 10:36 9.87
Specification Windows This demo represents a new more convenient GUI and non-modal specification dialog boxes, shows how easier to work with properties due to these enhancements. 10:19 11.05
Smart Manipulators This demo introduces completely redesigned Smart Manipulators functionality that increases the speed of modeling and diagramming. 3:00 2.14
Diagram Toolbars This demo presents a new shrinkable diagrams toolbar grouping, shows modeling with elements from different diagram simultaneously. 2:57 3.76
User Interface Modeling This demo presents the User Interface Modeling diagram and discloses the benefits of using this diagram while showing its usage in system and software development. 13:07 9.66

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Model Analysis and Integrity Checking
ViewletDescriptionTime (min)Size (MB)View
Traceability This demo introduces the traceability functionality and represents how traceability objective is met – to visualize and verify that Requirements, Design, and Implementation model elements are covered in higher (Specification) and lower (Realization) levels of abstraction. 12:54 5.8
Visual Model Differencing This demo guides through model comparison process between two project versions by introducing differences in model data and diagrams. 3:10 1.35
Validation This demo guides through the main functionality of model validation with OCL 2.0 constraints. 6:20 3.58
Active Validation This demo introduces the Active Validation functionality and analyzes samples of the incorrect ownership and Parameters synchronization validation. 5:21 1.26
Dependency Matrix
- get SMARTER in 60 seconds
This demo introduces Dependency Matrices. No Magic is known industry-wide for its focus on the user experience, and our easy-to-use, fast and very powerful Dependency Matrices are a tangible example of this. 2:51 5.73

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Project Management and Collaboration
ViewletDescriptionTime (min)Size (MB)View
Model Decomposition This demo introduces the functionality of model decomposition by demonstrating how to split a project and work with a part of it independently. 16:38 4.54
Shared Packages This demo presents project segmentation using shared packages functionality, which allows the usage of a model part in multiple projects. 5:55 2.94
Teamwork Server: Add project to teamwork This demo presents easy way to make a local project accessible for the Teamwork Server users. 3:04 1.21
Teamwork Server: Create a new user in teamwork This demo presents the management of users accounts, guides through creation of a new user or edition of existing one, introduces various kinds of permissions and how they can be set to project. 2:55 1.00
Teamwork Server: Working in teamwork This demo introduces the main functionality of teamwork, when two or more users work with the same project. You will see how to lock part of the model and work on this part individually, how to commit changes to the server and share with the other team members. 4:30 2.65
Teamwork Server: Project branching This demo introduces the Branching functionality and presents samples of branch creation. 6:48 1.31
Efficient Teamwork Server Repository analysis with Project Usage Map
In this short demo, we will present the Project Usage Map and its use case. You will get in-depth information on the use of this powerful analysis capability. 3:46 4.28

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Tool Customization
ViewletDescriptionTime (min)Size (MB)View
Domain Specific Language (DSL): Creating customization This demo introduces the Domain Specific Language (DSL) customization. We will demonstrate how to use DSL engine for adapting domain specific profiles for creating your own custom specification dialogs and custom real-time semantic rules. 10:31 7.89
Domain Specific Language (DSL): Custom diagram creation This demo introduces the Customize Diagram Wizard that allows creating your own diagram types for specific domain, platform, technology, and other purposes. You can also create your own customized elements in the diagram toolbar, along with customized symbol styles, and with other customizations. 13:49 8.46
Domain Specific Language (DSL): Property group creation This demo introduces how to create a new property group in a model element Specification window. 7:30 5.77
Domain Specific Language (DSL): Derived properties creation This demo introduces how to create a new derived property. A derived property is the property, whose value is calculated automatically from the other properties value. 3:52 4.71
Generic Numbering Feature This viewlet will present the Generic Numbering feature in MagicDraw. We will demonstrate how to create your own numbering scheme and how to apply it to your elements. 13:29 7.82

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