# IEE Colloquium on Computer Aided Software Engineering Tools for Real-Time Control

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• ### The application of CASE tools in real-time control projects

Publication Year: 1991, Page(s):6/1 - 6/3
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The utilisation of CASE tools in the design of real-time control systems improved the speed of analysis and design and gave greater flexibility in building model diagrams and testing. The author considers both its advantages and problems View full abstract»

• ### Application of a CASE tool to a high integrity engine control system

Publication Year: 1991, Page(s):3/1 - 3/3
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The Teamwork computer aided software engineering (CASE) tool provides an environment for structured analysis and design. This environment incorporates a number of graphical and textual editors with facilities for error detection, object configuration and document production. The user interface is common to all the Teamwork Analysis and Design tools. Each Teamwork product interacts with project dat... View full abstract»

• ### IEE Colloquium on Computer Aided Software Engineering Tools for Real-Time Control' (Digest No.087)

Publication Year: 1991
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The following topics were dealt with: an illustration of the Yourdan Methodology with Ward/Mellor and Hatley/Pirbhai real time extensions and CASE tools that support the methodology; safety-critical software development in a CASE environment; Teamwork CASE tool applied to a high integrity engine control system; educational course on software engineering for real-time control systems; Ward and Mell... View full abstract»

• ### The use of Ward and Mellor Structured Methodology for the design of a complex real time system

Publication Year: 1991, Page(s):5/1 - 5/4
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The product ISA (Initialisation and Support Application), is a real time system which provides the soft functionality for the Node Support Computer of the ICL SX Node. Its main functions are control of initial program load, error management of fatal node hardware and software failures, support of in-line recovered node failure, support of remote diagnostic access to the node and support of ancill... View full abstract»

• ### Developing safety-critical software within a CASE environment

Publication Year: 1991, Page(s):2/1 - 2/4
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One area of interest of the Parallel Processing Research Group at Sheffield is the software engineering of embedded real-time industrial control applications. Many of these applications are considered as safety-critical. Formal techniques are often cited as highly reliable for both software development methods and formally proven hardware. It is envisaged that, for the foreseeable future, such rig... View full abstract»

• ### Towards a CASE tool for parallel systems

Publication Year: 1991, Page(s):7/1 - 7/3
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Considers how a CASE tool could be used to develop Occam code for transputer systems. Most CASE tools enable designs to be created which are later implemented in a sequential language such as Ada, C, Pascal or Fortran. As the number of multi-processor systems is rapidly increasing thus there is a need for a new CASE tool. The parallel CASE tool proposed in this paper is fairly restricted. Transput... View full abstract»

• ### Teaching software engineering to undergraduates in a control engineering context

Publication Year: 1991, Page(s):4/1 - 4/4
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The topics traditionally associated with control engineering courses at undergraduate level are, typically: dynamic modelling of physical systems, principles of linear systems, feedback theory and digital control systems. Modern control systems depend heavily on software for their implementation and the authors believe that it is advisable to integrate the teaching of control engineering with real... View full abstract»

• ### An illustration of the Yourdon method with Ward/Mellor and Hatley/Pirbhai real time extensions and a review of workstation hosted CASE tools that support the methodology

Publication Year: 1991, Page(s):1/1 - 112
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Describes work carried out for Thorn Security Ltd to illustrate the application of Ward/Mellor structured analysis methods to the analysis of fire monitoring systems. Typical target systems are embedded using a real time, multi-tasking kernel to schedule processes. An extension to the method appropriate for the design of such systems proposed by two CASE tool suppliers, Ready Systems and Westmount... View full abstract»