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Development of an industrial real-time system using high level design techniques

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2 Author(s)
Crookell, A. ; Ind. Anal. Group, Oxford Instrum. plc, UK ; Jelly, L.E.

The software for a new industrial quality control instrument requiring real-time control systems has been developed using a hybrid methodology based round integration of different methods. The paper describes the methodology which draws together design theories and techniques from object oriented analysis and design (OOAD), from the PARSE methodology, and from the client-server behaviour modelling. This approach has been applied to the design of the new system which has been implemented and successfully installed on a number of customer sites

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Real-Time Systems, 1996., Proceedings of the Eighth Euromicro Workshop on

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12-14 Jun 1996