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(August 10, 1997 - 73 Slides - Script Included)
Provides a collection of quantitative information on lifecycle cost implications of programming language use, primarily Ada versus its main competitor, C/C++.
(November 1, 1996 - 54 Slides)
The National Research Council's (NRC) public briefing on the current rationales for using Ada as the standard programming language of the DoD, discussing changes software engineering has encountered over the last twenty years since the establishment of the Ada program, and the future of Ada in the DoD.
(October 25, 1996 - 38 Slides)
Dr. Charles Engle's slide presentation comparing the Ada and C++ programming languages.
(February 22, 1996 - 47 Slides - Script Included)
Dr. Charles Engle's slide presentation examining technical and business arguments for using the Ada, Ada policy issues, and applications in Ada.
(January 10, 1996 - 47 Slides)
A "bare-bones," DRAFT presentation delivering metrics from published reports and studies on the quality, performance, maintainability, reusability, and integration/productivity of using Ada.
A study by Edward Colbert evaluating the similarity and differences between Ada and C++ in their support of software engineering and system building goals, principles, and object-oriented abstractions. In Microsoft Word format.
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