AdaIC News Winter 1995

Spotlight on Education:

The Ada Library


If you're researching in Ada, the Ada library at the APJO's offices may be able to help you. It will be open to the public on 1 March 1995.

Do you need to see a copy of STRAWMAN? Do you need to find out what STRAWMAN is? The library contains resources used by the AJPO staff. It houses a number of the basic documents developed throughout the history of the Ada program. (STRAWMAN, as it happens, is an early version of the requirements that would eventually result in the Ada language.)

Or would it be helpful to see some of the current textbooks on Ada? Are you interested in video? How about conference proceedings? The library has acquired a good number of these.

Or are you researching the relationship of Ada to some particular domain? The library has a large number of reports and studies on topics ranging from economics to compiler performance.

Additionally, the library can provide pointers to many of the other resources containing Ada information- from Ada periodicals, to on-line search services, to the vast number of reports available through the Defense Technical Information Service and the National Technical Information Service.

For further information, call Becca Norton on 703/681-2451 at the AdaIC.


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