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A concurrent approach to systems development and requirements specifications: a case study

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3 Author(s)
Winokur, M. ; Israel Aircraft Ind., Ben Gurion Airport, Israel ; Engel, A. ; Gallant, R.

At Israel Aircraft Industries (IAI), a variety of system development processes have been used to address the various phases of computer-based system (CBS) system development. These include methodologies and techniques for generation of the system specification, design and development of application code, and automatic generation of control code. A case study of the integration of these methodologies and techniques within a spiral development process is presented. The individual techniques and methodologies are described, and lessons learned from their application to an unmanned air vehicle system are documented

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Computer Systems and Software Engineering, 1991. Proceedings., Fifth Israel Conference on

Date of Conference:

28-29 May 1991