Ada in Europe

Second International Eurospace — Ada-Europe Symposium Frankfurt/Main, Germany, October 2–6, 1995 Proceedings

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ISBN: 978-3-540-60757-1 (Print) 978-3-540-49362-4 (Online)

Table of contents (37 chapters)

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    Ada: A sceptical assessment

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    Pages 4-10

    Ada95 — An approach to overcome the software crisis?

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    Pages 11-20

    Safe Ada Executive: An executive for Ada safety critical applications

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    Developing fault tolerant software in Ada for real-time dependable systems

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    Pages 51-57

    The practical application of safety techniques on an Ada based project

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    Pages 58-70

    Ada in mixed language applications

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    Pages 71-80

    Heterogeneous data structures and cross-classification of objects with Ada 95

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    Pages 81-98

    An ANDF based Ada 95 compiler system

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    Performance tuning of a check-out system coded in Ada

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    Pages 111-123

    Ariane 5: Development of the on-board software

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    Pages 124-138

    PRONAOS ground control center: First operational Ada application in C.N.E.S.

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    Pages 139-151

    ASIS for GNAT: Goals, problems and implementation strategy

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    Pages 152-163

    KBSE and Ada: Object and enabling technology

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    Pages 164-169

    Extending the Ada 95 initial conditions for preelaboration for use in real-time systems

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    Pages 170-177

    The use of Ada for the ENVISAT-1 simulator

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    Pages 178-186

    Objects at use in nautical simulators

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    Pages 187-190

    DIS — An interface to distributed interactive simulation

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    Pages 191-205

    PARIS — Partitioned Ada for Remotely Invoked Services

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    Pages 206-216

    Programming distributed systems with both Ada 95 and PVM

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    Pages 217-227

    Distributed object oriented programming and interoperability for Ada 95: An OMG/CORBA approach

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