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A practical guide to real-time systems development

Author: Sylvia Goldsmith
Publisher: New York : Prentice Hall, 1993.
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This practical guide is intended to be of use to those interested in, or about to embark upon, a development using computer systems and the Yourdon Structured Method (YSM). It covers in detail the  Read more...

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Goldsmith, Sylvia.
Practical guide to real-time systems development.
New York : Prentice Hall, 1993
(OCoLC)608567161
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Sylvia Goldsmith
ISBN: 0137185030 9780137185030
OCLC Number: 26054711
Description: xiv, 503 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Ch. 1. Introduction. 1.1. Traditional problems in real-time development. 1.2. The ideas behind structured development. 1.3. Example of structured development. 1.4. Maintenance --
Pt. 1. Development tools. Ch. 2. Data flow diagrams. 2.2. Data flow diagram components. 2.3. Building a data flow diagram. 2.4. Checking a data flow diagram. Ch. 3. State transition diagrams. 3.2. State transition diagram components. 3.3. Building a state transition diagram. 3.4. Checking a state transition diagram. Ch. 4. Entity relationship diagrams. 4.2. Entity relationship diagram components. 4.3. Building an entity relationship diagram. 4.4. Checking an entity relationship diagram. Ch. 5. Supporting textual specifications. 5.2. The project dictionary. 5.3. Data composition specification language. 5.4. Textual support for data flow diagrams. 5.5. Textual support for state transition diagrams. 5.6. Textual support for entity relationship diagrams. 5.7. Summary of project dictionary requirements. Ch. 6. Diagram integration. 6.2. Levelling. 6.3. Horizontal balancing. 6.4. Vertical balancing --
Pt. 2. Analysis. Ch. 7. The context diagram. 7.2. Context diagram components. 7.3. Building the context diagram. 7.4. Checking the context diagram. 7.5. Context diagrams for large and complex systems. Ch. 8. The event list. 8.2. Event list components. 8.3. Building the event list. 8.4. Checking the event list. Ch. 9. The behavioural model. 9.2. Strategy for building the behavioural model. 9.3. Identifying the system footprint. 9.4. Generating the preliminary models. 9.5. Levelling and balancing the model. 9.6. Lower level model details --
Pt. 3. Design. Ch. 10. Processor environment modelling. 10.2. Processor evaluation. 10.3. Processor allocation. 10.4. Traceability tables. Ch. 11. Human-computer interface modelling. 11.2. Strategies for modelling the HCI. Ch. 12. Software envIronment modelling. 12.2. Software architecture evaluation. 12.3. Removal of 'perfect technology'. 12.4. Software allocation. Ch. 13. Structure charts. 13.2. Structure chart components. 13.3. Supporting specifications. 13.4. Building a structure chart. 13.5. Checking a structure chart. Ch. 14. Code organization modelling. 14.2. Translation of execution unit into preliminary structure chart. 14.3. Structure chart refinement --
Pt. 4. Summary --
Ch. 15. Summary. 15.2. Project management and auditing. 15.3. CASE tools. 15.4. Use of structured development with other techniques --
App. B: Connections within a data flow diagram --
App. C: Step-by-step guide to analysis --
App. D: Step-by-step guide to processor allocation --
App. E: Step-by-step guide to software environment modelling --
App. F: Step-by step guide to code organization modelling.
Responsibility: Sylvia Goldsmith.
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