ADL : a graphical design language for real-time parallel applications
AbstractDesigning parallel applications is generally experienced as a tedious and difficult task, especially when hard real-time performance requirements have to be met. This paper discusses on-going work concerning the construction of a Design Entry System which supports the design phase of parallel real-time industrial application development. In particular, in this paper we pay attention to the development and implementation of a graphical Application Design Language. The work is part of the ESPRIT project Hamlet which focuses on industrial application of transputer-based systems for commercially strategic real-time applications
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- Polman, Mark & Steen, Maarten Van, 1994. "A comparison of graphical design techniques for parallel, distributed software," Discussion Paper 97, Erasmus University Rotterdam, Faculty of Economics.
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