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Diagrammatic-graphical programming languages and DoD-STD-2167A

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2 Author(s)
S. D. Bragg ; Frontier Eng. Inc., Stillwater, OK, USA ; C. G. Driskill

Many times it is assumed that diagrammatic programming environments such as National Instruments' LabVIEW and Hewlett-Packard's VEE-Test cannot be used for DoD software because of requirements to conform to DoD-STD-2167A. Frontier Engineering has developed government-acceptable TPS's in graphical programming environments to DoD-STD-2167A, by defining the following: a coding standard to address presentation and use of language features; a complexity metric to gauge the relative size and complexity of CSUs; an SDD format that addresses relevant requirements from DI-MCCR-80012A; configuration-management methods

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AUTOTESTCON '94. IEEE Systems Readiness Technology Conference. 'Cost Effective Support Into the Next Century', Conference Proceedings.

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20-22 Sep 1994