Stencils tagged with ‘engineering’
The Method Engineering stencil contains the shapes used in the method engineering approach of Utrecht University. For more information about (situational) method engineering check the wiki or search for Method Engineering in Google.
This stencil aids in creating Expanded PINboxes for the Pattern Instance Notation. (See that stencil for the Collapsed and Standard forms of the PINbox.) Pattern Instance Notation is a software diagramming notation for working with design patterns, both on its own and as an adjunct to UML and other modeling visual languages....more
Pattern Instance Notation is a software diagramming notation for working with design patterns, both on its own and as an adjunct to UML and other modeling visual languages. It is described in full in the article The Pattern Instance Notation: A Simple Hierarchical Visual Notation for the Dynamic Visualization and...more
Here is a stencil for RF/microwave circuit diagrams. These symbols represent signal flow in radio-frequency circuits. They could be used in conjunction with electronics components from the "Electronics Components" stencil, also on Graffletopia. These symbols are based on a combination of symbols in common use. There is a bias...more
This is a stencil for the security extension of the i* requirements in engineering notation.
OMG Software Process Engineering Metamodel Stencils for Omnigraffle. Using SPEM you can plan or inspect the engineering approach in software projects. You can use it to learn from previous approaches as well as to simply improve the processes in your company.
The last update SysML stencil is available at https://stenciltown.omnigroup.com/stencils/sysml/
Version 13 - 1st Feb 2018. Provides a set of blocks and connectors to enable architecture description views to be produced using the open source TRAK enterprise architecture framework. The TRAK Metamodel defines the objects and how they connect together. The sets of objects allowed in each TRAK view are defined by TRAK...more
A collection of notation elements for creating UML 2 class, activity, use case, sequence, or component diagrams. It's a rather large stencil, but it contains most UML 2.1 elements. A tool converting Eclipse Java packages to UML class diagrams using this collection can be found on the linked website. Version history: 1.11 (Jun...more