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  • A Transition Analysis of an Operational Systems from Ada 83 to Ada 95
    Author: K. Warner and A. Slaughter
    Format: Microsoft Word
    Summary: A paper discussing the transition from Ada 83 to Ada 95 for performance monitoring (PM) software of a demultiplexing system.

  • Early Experiences Adopting Ada 95
    Author: I. Patton, and W. Prichett
    Format: Microsoft Word
    Summary: A discussion of the early experiences of two early adoption projects undertaken by the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA): the Joint Automated Message Editing Software (JAMES) and Airfields.

  • An ANDF Based Ada 95 Compiler System
    Author: J. Bundgaard
    Format: Word Perfect
    Summary: The presentation of an Ada 95 compiler system that uses the Architecture Neutral Distribution Format (ANDF) as an intermediate program representation.

  • Ada and C Interface Issues in the Development of Peripheral Device Support Libraries
    Author: S. Kapur
    Format: Microsoft Word
    Summary: Development steps and issues encountered during the development of an Ada interface to C peripheral libraries.

  • The GNAT Implementation of Controlled Types
    Author: C. Comar, G. Dismukes, and F. Gasperoni
    Format: Microsoft Word
    Summary: An implementation model for supporting Ada 95 controlled types in the GNAT compiler.

  • Termination of Ada Tasks in Hardware
    Author: L. Bjornfot, K. Lundqvist, G. Wall and L. Asplund
    Format: Postscript & RTF for Mac
    Summary: A paper on highly parallel algorithms for termination of Ada tasks.

  • An Introduction to Child Program Units
    Author: N. Cohen
    Format: ASCII Text
    Summary: A paper on a new feature of Ada 95, child program units. Logical nesting, uses of child units, and special rules are discussed.

  • An Automated Mechanism for Effectively Applying Domain Engineering in Reuse Activities
    Author: M. Stropky and D. Laforme
    Format: Microsoft Word with PowerPoint Figures
    Summary: An explanation of the driving factors behind the development of the Army Reuse Center's (ARC) Domain Knowledge Database (DKDB).

  • Experience with Software Reuse on Embedded Military Program
    Author: J. Dickinson
    Format: Microsoft Word
    Summary: Insight into design features that both enhance and limit software reuse in Ada applications.

  • Ada: The Cheapest Way to Build a Line of Business
    Author: J. Sutton
    Format: Microsoft Word
    Summary: Using the Line of Business (LOB) development paradigm and Ada.

  • Development and Distribution of Ada Courseware
    Author: F. Van Scoy, J. Beidler, and B. Malloy
    Format: WordPerfect
    Summary: A discussion of process involvement, issues addressed, and consumer benefits for evaluating and cataloging Ada courseware products for electronic distribution over the Internet by West Virginia University and ASSET.

  • Ada 83/95 Bindings to OSF's Distributed Computing Environment (DCE)
    Author: R. Kram and E. Gallagher
    Format: Microsoft Word
    Summary: A description of general rehosting issues and the specific methodology used to create a set of Ada 95 bindings to the Open Software Foundation's (OSF) Distributed Computing Environment (DCE), particularly the RPC service Application Programming Interface (API).

  • Interfacing Ada to C - Solutions to Four Problems
    Author: M. Gart
    Format: Microsoft Word
    Summary: Proposed solutions to problems encountered when developing an Ada 95 binding to Windows NT: interfacing Ada and C programs; representation of C variable-length argument lists; representation of C unions; representation of variable-length arrays; and the interface between Ada and C DLL data.

  • An Ada Binding for ODMG-93
    Author: S. Lindsay and M. Roth
    Format: Microsoft Word
    Summary: A paper identifying the major decisions involved in creating an Ada language binding for the Object Definition Language (ODL), Object Manipulation Languages (OML), and Object Query Languages (OQL) proposed in ODMG-93 object database standard.

  • Implementing the Model-View-Controller Paradigm in Ada 95
    Author: J. Sasine and R. Toal
    Format: Microsoft Word
    Summary: The implementation of an MVC framework using Ada 95, including an extensible architecture for supporting new platforms, event-driven behavior, and a novel registration-based broadcast notification mechanism.

  • Cost Effective Satellite Development With Use of an Ada Microprocessor
    Author: A. Carlsson
    Format: Microsoft Word
    Summary: A description of an embedded computer system intended for a scientific satellite to handle onboard altitude control functions in space using Ada.

  • Ada 95 as a Base to Architect Systems in O4S (Objects for Systems)
    Author: I. Ogren
    Format: Microsoft Word
    Summary: Ada 95 and MIL-STD-498 can be used not only for software development, but also to create an architectural base for systems work concerning information systems work in general.

  • Implementing a Software Architecture

    Author: C. Snyder
    Format: Microsoft Word
    Summary: A paper exploring software architecture questions and describing an organizational infrastructure through which an architectural focus can assist in developing quality software base on MIL-STD-498.

  • Ada Reuse in Application Architectures: A Look Back at BLSM and Forward to ITV-MOD
    Author: B. Senters
    Format: Microsoft Word
    Summary: A discussion of reusable Ada components in two Air Force (AF) program application architectures as they are applied to a third AF program contracted to increase reuse, and lower the cost of modernizing legacy, proprietary, stovepipe, COBOL systems, into open systems using reusable components, OO methods, and Ada.

  • Real-Time Avionics in Ada 83
    Author: D. Silvasi-Patchin
    Format: Microsoft Word
    Summary: The actual design and implementation of a Real-Time Avionics project completed in the Ada 83 language.

  • A Software Design Method for Ada 95 Based Concurrent and Real-Time Systems
    Author: R. Pettit and H. Gomaa
    Format: Microsoft Word
    Summary: A paper describing how the features of Ada 95 that help in concurrent software design have been incorporated into the ADARTS 95 and CODARTS/Ada 95 design methods.

  • Implementing Ada Protected Objects - Interface Issues and Optimization
    Author: E. Giering and T. Baker
    Format: Postscript
    Summary: Possible optimizations of the implementation of protected objects for some special cases, outlining and inline and callback version of a runtime system interface for protected objects.

  • A Reinforcement Strategy for Least Slack Scheduling Using BPHT
    Author: L. Asplund
    Format: Postscript & Microsoft Word
    Summary: A general approach to delayed reinforcement learning by the use of supervised training algorithms (BPHT) us used for task scheduling.


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