Innoslate provides a large number of diagram options for modeling both the behavioral and physical sides of a system of all 25 diagram types in Innoslate.
Innoslate provides a large number of diagram options for modeling both the behavioral and physical sides of a system. The following are the current types of diagrams available to you within Innoslate:
- LML Diagrams: The LML Specification defines three mandatory diagram types, the first being the Action Diagram, which is a diagram representation of the functional components of a system model; the second being the Asset Diagram, which is a diagram representation of the physical components of a system model; and the third being the Spider Diagram, which is a visualization for traceability beyond what a typical hierarchy type diagram can offer.
- SysML Diagrams: The SysML specification defines nine diagram types. Of the nine diagram types, four are considered behavioral or dynamic (Activity, Sequence, State Machine, and Use Case), four are considered structural or static (Block Definition, Internal Block, Parametric, and Package) and the remaining diagram type is reserved for declaring requirements (Requirement).
- General Diagrams: Within Innoslate, there are thirteen General Diagram types that do not fall within the LML or SysML specifications. These General Diagrams include: