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Reliable Software Technologies - Ada-Europe '97

1997 Ada-Europe International Conference on Reliable Software Technologies, London, UK, June 2-6, 1997. Proceedings

Hardy, Keith, Briggs, Jim (Eds.)

1997, IX, 299 p.

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This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 1997 Ada-Europe International Conference on Reliable Software Technologies, held in London, UK, in June 1997.
The 25 revised full papers presented were carefully selected for inclusion by the program committee. All current issues explored in the Ada community are addressed; beyond the Ada language aspects, software engineering technologies for reliable and for reactive systems are discussed in a more general context.

Content Level » Research

Keywords » Ada - Ada 95 - Ada program libraries - Ada tools - Ada-Programmbibliotheken - Ada-Programmierung - Ada-Tools - Ada-programming - C programming language - Sicherheitsrelevante Systeme - inheritance - object oriented design - programming - programming language - semantics

Related subjects » Communication Networks - Software Engineering

Table of contents 

Finite unions for Ada 95.- Ada bindings for C interfaces: Lessons learned from the florist implementation.- An Ada 95 sort race construction set.- Computer aided teaching of programming languages.- The SPIF project.- Developing scripting capabilities for an Ada-based simulator.- Systematic unit-testing of Ada programs.- Ada 95 as a base to architect systems in O4S™.- Including non-functional issues in Anna/Ada programs for automatic implementation selection.- Semantics-based support tools for high integrity Ada software.- An alternative toolset for analysis of Ada programs.- Implementing application-level sporadic server schedulers in Ada 95.- Capturing and verifying performance requirements for hard real time systems.- Task termination in Ada 95.- Parameter-induced aliasing and related problems can be avoided.- Towards an integration of syntactic constructs and structural features for formalised object-oriented methods.- The dangers of inheritance.- CCO-MARS'96 integrating HOOD, Ada, and XInAda in a full Ada operational software project.- Code-data consistency in Ada.- Supporting Ada 95 passive partitions in a distributed environment.- An Ada library to program fault-tolerant distributed applications.- T-SMART-task-safe, minimal Ada realtime toolset.- On programming atomic actions in Ada 95.- Static analysis and diversity in the software development process — experiences with the use of SPARK.- Techniques for testing Ada 95.

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