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Conn Collection for 1997
Monmouth University, Software Engineering Department
This is a small collection of presentations and papers by Prof. Richard
Conn, Software Engineering Department, Monmouth University.
The *.ppt files are Microsoft Powerpoint for Office 97 files.
The *.doc files are Word 97 for Windows 95 files. The *.ps
files are Postscript versions of the other files.
The presentations/papers/articles in this collection are:
- alet97a.zip and alet97b.zip - three articles for July/August 1997
issue of Ada Letters
- "What Users Should Know about the Public Ada Library (PAL)"
- "Defining and Exploring an Efficient Distributed Process for
the Reuse of Ada Software Components and Tools in a Global
Theater - The Public Ada Library"
- "Tour of Walnut Creek Ada CDROM"
- alet97p.zip - Postcript version of the above
- aseet97.zip - two papers for the 11th Annual Ada and Software
Engineering Education Team (ASEET) Symposium, 10-13 June 1997
- "An Introduction to the Public Ada Library (PAL) for Educators"
- "The Reuse Tapestry Project"
- aseet97p.zip - Postscript version of the above
- jss97a.zip and jss97b.zip - presentation for Junior Science Symposium,
April 1997, presentation on Software Engineering
- palpres.zip - general presentation on the PAL
- paltour.zip - general tour of the PAL
- xtalk97.zip - article for June 1997 issue of Crosstalk magazine,
"An Introduction to the Public Ada Library (PAL)"
May 1997 Richard Conn Initial release to the PAL
Approved for public release; distribution unlimited
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