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Architectures, Requirements, and Allocations

Create architectures and requirements, allocate between them, and define metadata

Create architecture models that describe the functional, logical, and physical architectures of the system. Specify interfaces on ports to represent information exchange between components. Use stereotypes to extend the architectural modeling language by defining custom metadata for each subsystem or component in the diagram. First, define profiles with stereotypes, then apply stereotypes to model elements, and finally assign unique property values to describe each element. Establish traceability using requirements management and model-to-model allocations.