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Prototyping hard real-time Ada systems in a classroom environment

Luqi

Prototyping hard real-time Ada systems in a classroom environment

by Luqi

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Published by Naval Postgraduate School, Available from National Technical Information Service in Monterey, Calif, Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • TEACHING METHODS,
  • ADA PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE,
  • COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN,
  • REAL TIME,
  • PROTOTYPES

  • About the Edition

    Teaching graduate students how to develop hard real-time Ada software for embedded systems is a challenging task. We successfully used Ada in a series of software engineering courses to teach graduate students the charac of hard real-time software and fundamental skills to develop and validate complex systems and timing re through software prototypes of the systems. A research tool, called CAPS (Computer Aided Prototype System), was used by the student software designers to construct software prototypes based on the require of the system as well as to automatically generate Ada code interconnecting reusable modules. The approach greatly stimulated the students" interest and helped them to gain first hand experiences in developing hard real-time systems.

    Edition Notes

    Other titlesNPS-CS-92-017.
    StatementLuqi, M. Shing, P. Barnes, and G. Hughes
    ContributionsShing, Man-Tak, Barnes, P., Hughes, G., Naval Postgraduate School (U.S.). Dept. of Computer Science
    The Physical Object
    Pagination17 p. :
    Number of Pages17
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25489263M

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Prototyping hard real-time Ada systems in a classroom environment by Luqi Download PDF EPUB FB2

Prototyping hard real-time Ada systems in a classroom environment Barnes, Patrick J. Monterey, California. Naval Postgraduate School PrototyingHardReal-TimeAdaSystems inaClassroomEnvironment Luqi, ComputerScienceDepartment NavalPostgraduateSchool Monterey,CA ABSTRACT. Teaching graduate students how to develop hard real-time Ada software for embedded systems is a challenging task.

We successfully used Ada in a series of software engineering courses to teach graduate students the charac of hard real-time software and fundamental skills to develop and validate complex systems and timing re through software prototypes of the systems.

Book description. The arrival and popularity of multi-core processors has sparked a renewed interest in the development of parallel programs.

Similarly, the availability of low-cost microprocessors and sensors has generated a great interest in embedded real-time programs. This book provides students and programmers whose backgrounds are in traditional sequential programming with the opportunity Cited by:   Ada Uni-directional d a t a flow e m u l a t i o n CONCLUSIONS C o o m b e r, C.

a n d C h i l d s, R. (1 9 9 0) A Graphical Tool for the prototyping of Real Time Systems ACM Sigsoft Vol 15 No 2 Apr Ï 9 9 0 Harel, : David A. Fensome. In this paper we present an tool to design real-time control systems from a set of specific components.

The tool provides a graphical interface to define component levels. Each component has associated a High Level Time Petri Net and an Ada code which are composed to build a prototype and a design by: 1. Abstract. This paper examines the fundamental problems that one faces when testing a distributed, hard real-time system.

It specifically identifies the influences of the distributedness and of the real-time requirements of the systems considered. We show how the usual problems of testing become more difficult, and which additional problems are introduced, because of these additional system.

To obtain any analytical results about program behavior in a hard-real-time environment, certain assumptions must be made about that all of these assumptions are absolutely necessary, and the effects of relaxing them will be discussed in a later section.

(A1) The requests for all tasks for which hard deadlines exist are periodic, with constant interval between requests.

need to have a comprehensive and balanced classroom management plan. This in-volves using many of the different strategies and physical design changes discussed in this chapter to help your students engage in behaviors that support their learn-ing and socializing with others.

A good classroom management system recognizes. Real-time Composition and Tabletop In-terfaces At the time that this research was conducted, the authors were only aware of one other system that employed a Table-based Tangible User Interface for the goal of interacting with real-time software for composition.

Xenakis (named after the in uential Greek composer and architext Iannis. Additionally, the classroom entrance door must be accessible for both entry and exit.

There must be an accessible route with a clear width of 36 inches from the entrance door to the wheelchair space. Finally, the person in the wheelchair must be able to back out from his or her desk, turn around and move to the door all within a 5 foot diameter.

have hands-on experience with development of time-critical real-time systems, use Ada as the implementation language, appreciate the role of real-time systems in aviation/aerospace applications. As part of the class requirements students are developing significant elements of the software life cycle for a real-time system.

Many ES must meet real-time constraints:. A real-time system must react to stimuli from the controlled object (or the operator) within the time interval dictated by the environment.

For real-time systems, right answers arriving too late (or even too early) are wrong. „A real-time constraint is called hard, if not meeting that constraint. Teachers concerned with classroom management typically need help with two issues: preventing discipline problems and dealing with current discipline problems.

Researchers have established two systems to help promote an orderly learning environment: positive behavior support, and social and emotional learning. Education has to work for all stakeholders. By implementing the following seven strategies, we can combine the need for positive classrooms that support the whole child with the need for accountability and improved academic performance.

The Positive Action program () has refined these strategies through 26 years of research, evaluation, and development, and has.

Effective classroom management involves clear communication of behavioral and academic expectations as well as a classroom environment conducive to learning. Effective Classroom Behavior Management Merrett and Wheldell () mention in their book Positive Teaching in the Primary School four interesting.

The embedded software industry is in the midst of a major revolution. Tremendous amount of new development lays ahead. This new software needs an actual architecture that is inherently safer, more extensible, and easier to understand than the usual shared-state concurrency and blocking based on a traditional Real-Time Operating System (RTOS).

This book provides and explains such a Reviews: Encouragement in the Classroom. by Joan Young. Table of Contents. The Importance of a Positive Classroom. Classroom environment is one of the most important factors affecting student learning.

Simply put, students learn better when they view the learning environment as positive and supportive (Dorman, Aldridge, & Fraser, ). Prototyping is not a one time event. Immediately following the input from the testers, you either throw away the prototype and move to a new idea, or start on an iteration from the first prototype.

Making real-time changes to the prototype, while testing is underway, allows you to put a new iteration in front of the tester immediately. When Dr. Paul Fyfe brought his Communication, Rhetoric, and Digital Media (CRDM) students to the D.

Hill Library Makerspace, he wanted them to invent and prototype a novel learning technology. But more importantly, he wanted them to question how such technologies affect students and teachers and change the learning environment. Book. Jan ; Ken Arnold the nonserializable semantics of real-time transactions to meet the hard deadlines of the prototyping environment is to aid system developers to evaluate new.

Classroom managementis the process of organizing and conducting the business of the. classroom. Many perceive it as the preservation of order through teacher control. Classroom management is much more than that, however! It also involves the establishment and maintenance of the classroom environment so that educational goals can be accomplished.There are real-time transcription systems that provide instant translation of the spoken word into English text using a stenotype machine, notebook computer, and real-time software.

The stenography may occur onsite or remotely. One commonly used system is Communication Access Real-time Translation (CART) that translates speech to text, word for.layers of these systems will make you a successful systems innovator. Often identifying new connections or new layers that no one else has identified yet can provide new opportunities for innovation.

This book seeks to discuss with you the capabilities, approaches, and skills required of the systems innovator in the 21st century.