Object-Oriented Technology for Real Time Systems: A Practical Approach Using OMT and Fusion, 1st edition
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The OCTOPUS method provides a systematic approach for developing object-oriented software for embedded real-time systems. This book describes the well-integrated OCTOPUS development process that covers the major phases of developing software. From requirements specifications to implementation, the models are continuously and clearly linked. KEY TOPICS: Covers concurrency, synchronization, communication, the handling of interrupts, ASICs, hardware interfaces, and end-to-end response time through the system. MARKET: For object-oriented software developers, programmers, and embedded-system engineers.
Table of contents
2. Overvoew of the Octopus Method.
3. Requirements Specification.
4. System Architecture.
5. Analysis Phase.
6. Design Phase.
7. Process Priorities and Timing.
8. Transition from Design to Implementation.
9. Case Study: Subscriber Line Tester.
10. Case Study: Cruise Control.
11. Referemce Manual.
Published by Pearson (March 8th 1996) - Copyright © 1996