# Magic Grid

**Speaker:**Aiste Aleksandraviciene - No Magic, Inc.

**When:**Day 4 : Wednesday May 22nd

Last year, the attendees of the *MagicGrid in Action* hands-on tutorial learned how to perform the problem domain analysis of the given system of interest and capture all the information in a SysML model by following the MagicGrid approach for MBSE. *If you are anxious to know what’s next, this year tutorial is specially for you!*

This tutorial continues the introduction of the MagicGrid to explain the further steps of modeling with this approach, that is, how to capture the solution architecture of the system under design for the defined problem.

During the hands-on tutorial, you will learn how to organize the solution domain model across multiple projects (physical files), what is the recommended sequence of modeling the solution architecture, which types of relationships should be used for traceability, and even more.

Cameo Systems Modeler will be provided for every attendee to accomplish the hands-on exercises.

Ask students if they know 'Magic Squares' The total of all the rows, columns and diagonals must be the same. Notice the grid does not qualify as a 'Magic Squ. Grid drafting is a two-player format that works as follows:. Start with 18 packs of 9 cards. For each pack, lay it out in a 3×3 grid face up (just lay them out in order, don’t look at the cards and decide where each one should go). The first player takes a row or column.

## Magic Griddlers 2

## Magic Grid Tape

The Cyber MagicGrid Methodology Model-based systems engineering (MBSE) is a relatively young practice for developing complex systems.