1 edition of Special issue on specification and tasking in Ada found in the catalog.
Special issue on specification and tasking in Ada
|Statement||F.K. Hanna, editor.|
|Series||IEE proceedings. Part E : Computers and digital techniques -- Vol.129, part 2|
|Contributions||Hanna, Frederick Keith., Institution of Electrical Engineers.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||80|
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Abstract: This book is rewritten version of a report, with the title, which was submitted to the Commission of the European Communities in Julydescribing the work of a study groupon the use of Ada for specifying systems. The bulk of the book is intended to be read by people interested in the currently active area of research into the properties of specification languages and their use.
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Ada '83 Quality and Style: Guidelines for Professional Programmers Precision becomes a critical issue with hard-deadline scheduling. However, there are certain problems associated with using priorities that warrant caution.
This protocol is based on priority inheritance and thus deviates from the standard Ada tasking paradigm. later. In contrast, if you try to learn Ada tasking from the Ada RM, there is a lot of text, with some complex ideas and issues, plus the believe the issue here is the editor specification (the editor is just an example), which should not be expected to display a I would recommend Ada over Object Pascal, but since I know no Ada.
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TSL-1 is a language for specifying sequences of tasking events occuring in the execution of distributed Ada programs. Such specifications are intended primarily for testing and debugging of Ada tasking programs, although they can also be applied in designing programs.
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