UnifyLogic employs semantic web technologies and machine reasoning to ingest, transform and link Architecture Description Languages (ADL) in a canonical in-memory model based on the ISO 42010 Architecture Description standard.
All models are natively git managed as code, seamlessly providing a complete record of all changes and their provenance. Versions, branches and issues can be tracked and managed through the system lifecycle providing a complete history of an architecture description evolution.
Forward and backward chaining machine reasoning provides powerful architecture analysis capabilities to provide proofs of correctness and completeness of models.
Parallel machine reasoning is used to simulate models as digital twins in order to test and evaluate the performance of the models under different conditions to identify any potential problems or issues before they can cause problems in the real world.
The ISO 15288 System Lifecycle Processes standard is used to manage and link models represented in multiple Architecture Description Languages (ADL) with:
A canonical representation of vendor-neutral, linked data in a knowledge graph facilitates model sharing and collaboration, as a unified architecture description enables different teams to communicate effectively, promote better understanding and reduce errors.