Simple Arcadia for Beginners: Using Capella (NEW 2024!)

This book is for beginning modelers who have just downloaded a copy of Capella and are anxious to get started, but otherwise don’t know too much about Arcadia and don’t have much experience using Capella or any other similar tool. The purpose of this book is to help the reader get through the initial learning curve and start the reader on the way to becoming proficient at Arcadia modeling.

This book covers the basic Arcadia diagram types, showing detailed steps to construct simple models that demonstrate key concepts for each diagram type. If you work your way through all of the examples in this book, you should be on a strong footing to tackle more complex modeling problems when they come your way.

Systems Architecture Modeling with the Arcadia Method: A Practical Guide to Capella

This book is an illustrative guide for the understanding and implementation of MBSE and architecture engineering with the Arcadia method, using Capella, a full open-source solution.

This book is the first to help readers discover the richness of the Capella solution, through a complete real-life case study. It emphasizes the author’s pedagogical experience gained through conducting more than 150 training sessions for a thousand engineers at Thales University.

Pascal Roques is also the author of several books in French on UML and SysML, published by Eyrolles (more than 50 000 copies). One ot them was translated into English and published by Wiley.

UML in Practice: The Art of Modeling Software Systems Demonstrated through Worked Examples and Solutions

This book is a practical discussion of a wide range of UML based techniques, introduced within the context of many real-life examples. It provides comprehensive coverage of the three main modeling viewpoints at the analysis level – functional, static and dynamic – through exercises. A final section provides the detail of collaboration and class diagrams to fill in the design level models. This book is fully compliant with UML 2.0 and is a refreshing and accessible guide to the art of modeling software systems with UML.