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This vector stencils library contains 22 IBD symbols.
Use it to design your internal block diagrams using ConceptDraw PRO diagramming and vector drawing software.
"Internal Block Diagram
An internal block diagram is based on the UML composite structure diagram, with restrictions and extensions as defined
by SysML. ...
Property types
Four general categories of properties of blocks are recognized in SysML: parts, references, value properties, and
constraint properties. ... A part or value property is always shown on an internal block diagram with a solid-outline box. A reference property is shown by a dashed-outline box, consistent with UML. Ports are special cases of properties, and have a variety of notations... Constraint properties and their parameters also have their own notations... " [ spec/ SysML/ 1.3/ PDF]
The vector stencils library "Internal block diagram" is included in the SysML solution from the Software Development area of ConceptDraw Solution Park.
Internal block diagram
Internal block diagram, shared association, object node, internal block diagram, control operator frame,
Property, property, interface block, interface,
Property 2
Property 2, property specific type, property, namespace compartment,
Actor part
Actor part, actor part,
Actor part 2
Actor part 2, actor part,
Property specific type
Property specific type, property specific type,
Property specific type 2
Property specific type 2, property specific type,
Dependency, dependency,
Binding connector
Binding connector, binding connector,
Binding connector, equal
Binding connector, equal, binding connector,
Bidirectional connector
Bidirectional connector, bidirectional connector,
Unidirectional connector
Unidirectional connector, unidirectional connector,
Conjugated ports
Conjugated ports, port, object node, conjugated port,
Conjugated ports 2
Conjugated ports 2, port, object node, conjugated port,
Ports with flow properties
Ports with flow properties, port, object node,
Port (nested)
Port (nested), port, object node, nested port,
Proxy port
Proxy port, proxy port, port, object node,
Full port
Full port, port, object node, full port,
Item flow
Item flow, port, object node, item flow,
Item flow with an item property
Item flow with an item property, port, object node, item flow, item property,
Required and provided interfaces
Required and provided interfaces, required interface, required and provided interfaces, port, object node, interface,
Required and provided interfaces 2
Required and provided interfaces 2, required interface, required and provided interfaces, port, object node, interface,

How to Draw a Block Diagram in ConceptDraw PRO

Block diagram is a simple chart that use blocks to show some elements or activities, and connectors that show the relationship between neighboring blocks. They are commonly simple, giving an overview of a process without necessarily going into the specifics of implementation. Block diagrams are commonly used to depict a general description of a system and its activity. A most known sample of a block diagram is a flow chart, used in many types of business as a common method of representing repeated processes. Easy and a simple creation, a number of objects and connectors make the block diagram a many-sided tool for various industries. The ability to make block diagrams is delivered by the ConceptDraw Block Diagrams solution.

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Block diagrams solution extends ConceptDraw PRO software with templates, samples and libraries of vector stencils for drawing the block diagrams.

How to Add a Block Diagram to a PowerPoint Presentation Using ConceptDraw PRO

Block diagram is rather universal type of charts - compositions from geometric blocks can be applied to describe various kinds of processes or systems, consisting from components, which depend on each other. Block diagrams are indispensable when you need to represent a process or system on a basic level. With blocks, you can easily depict the basic elements of the process, without drilling down. The PowerPoint presentation of major process steps and key process participants can be very informative and helpful. Using ConceptDraw PRO, you can easily convert a block diagram to MS PowerPoint presentation.