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A rapid prototyping system for real-time systems

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posted on 1994-01-01, 00:00 authored by Robert DewRobert Dew
A rapid prototyping system has been developed which can be used to build an executable model from the graphical specifications of a real-time system. The notation used for such specifications is the transformation schema [Ward and Mellor (1985)]. The rapid prototyping system allows the user to create a schema of a real-time system; compile an executable, object-oriented model of the schema; link the executable model and schema. Linking creates two interfaces also. One is between the executable model and schema. The second interface is between the schema and user. Linking produces an interactive and executable prototype of the schema. The creation of this executable prototype is completely automatic except for designing the transformation schema which is built manually using a graphical editor.

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Pagination

7-14

Location

Phoenix, Arizona

Start date

1994-03-08

End date

1994-03-10

ISBN-10

0897916344

Language

eng

Publication classification

EN.1 Other conference paper

Copyright notice

1994, ACM

Title of proceedings

CSC'94 : Proceedings of the 22nd annual ACM computer science conference on Scaling up : meeting the challenge of complexity in real-world computing applications: meeting the challenge of complexity in real-world computing applications

Event

CSC'94 ACM Computer Science Conference on Scaling Up : Meeting the the Challenge of Complexity in Real-World Computing Applications : Meeting the Challenge of Complexity in Real-World Computing Applications. Annual Conference (22nd : 1994 : Phoenix Arizona)

Publisher

ACM

Place of publication

New York, N.Y.

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