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3 Author(s)
Frank, G.A. ; Research Triangle Institute ; Redwine, Jr., Samuel T. ; Squires, S.L.

The STARS systems strategy calls for analyzing projected mission-critical systems to determine the required systems and software properties and using them to direct R&D. This article presents an overview of responsibilities in the STARS systems area. The first section describes the general scope, objectives, and strategy. Following this overview, we describe in more detail the three major phases - consolidation of existing technology, enhancement, and transition to a new technological base.

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Computer  (Volume:16 ,  Issue: 11 )

Date of Publication:

Nov. 1983

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