The structural design of large programs allows using unification and standardization of constituent modules and opens wide possibilities for automating the uniform technological processes and reducing the laborious manual routines in preparing and elaborating the problems. Using the results of a study conducted on the basis of SPIC-VUZ microprocessors, a set of uniform standard macrodefinitions in the MACRO system course has been constructed. This set includes four macrodefinitions for building standard AIC blocks at the first level of elaboration, six macrodefinitions for LE of AIC, and a macrodefinition for building the dictionary and table of contents. The MACRO course, description of the macrodefinitions, and the instructions for using them have been deposited with the Ukrainian Republic Bank of Algorithms and Programs under the registration number 5779.
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Dovgyallo, A.M., Vysotskii, Y.I. The descending design method and implementation of automated learning courses. Cybern Syst Anal 19, 867–873 (1983). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF01068579
- Operating System
- Artificial Intelligence
- System Theory
- Technological Process
- Structural Design