Modelling Languages for Functional Analysis Put to the Test of Real Life

  • Jean-Luc Voirin


ARCADIA is a system & software architecture engineering method, based on architecture-centric and model-driven engineering activities. It targets systems whose architecture is largely constrained by issues such as performance, safety, security. This paper focuses on functional analysis concerns in ARCADIA, and return of real life experiments around use of existing standards such as Architecture frameworks, SysML/UML, for this purpose.


Modelling Language Traceability Link Delegation Link Functional Exchange Function Port 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.THALESBrest Cedex 3France

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