Part 1. Foundations of the Method: General Approach and Major Prospects 1. Motivations, Background and Introduction to Arcadia 2. Main Perspectives Structuring the Modeling Approach 3. Adaptation to Project Context and Life Cycle 4. General Approach to Functional Analysis 5. Operational Analysis 6. System Needs Analysis 7. Definition of the Principle Architecture or Logical Architecture 8. Definition of the Finalized Architecture or Physical Architecture 9. Definition of Implementation, Development,Acquisition and Integration Contracts Part 2. Method in Action: Using Engineering Models 10. Mixing Viewpoints: Analysis and Specialties 11. Requirements Engineering and Modeling 12. Integration, Verification and Validation Approach 13. Articulation between Engineering Levels 14. System Supervision, States and Modes 15. Contribution to Product Line Engineering Part 3. Encyclopedia of the Language and Glossary of the Concepts of Arcadia 16. Introduction to Arcadia Modeling Language 17. Concepts of Functional and Operational Description 18. Concepts of States and Modes 19. Concepts of Structural Description 20. Links between Functional and Structural Descriptions 21. Data Exchange Concepts and Links with Functional and Structural Concepts 22. Additional Concepts 23. Building the Global Model
Jean-Luc Voirin is Systems Technical Director at Thales. A software and system architect, he has worked for 15 years on modeling methods and tools. He is the author of the Arcadia method for model-based system engineering, and is also a coach for deployment of the method.