Accession Number : ADB129569
Title : Common Ada Missile Packages. Phase 2. (CAMP-2). Volume 2. 11th Missile Demonstration.
Descriptive Note : Final technical rept. Sep 85-Mar 88,
Corporate Author : MCDONNELL DOUGLAS ASTRONAUTICS CO ST LOUIS MO
Personal Author(s) : McNicholl, Daniel G. ; Gohen, S. G. ; Palmer, C. ; Mason, J. F. ; Herr, C. S.
Report Date : NOV 1988
Pagination or Media Count : 127
Abstract : The CAMP project, primarily funded by the STARS Joint Program Office, sponsored by the Air Force Armament Laboratory, and performed by McDonnell Douglas, has taken a pragmatic approach to demonstrating the feasibility and utility of the concept of software reuse for real-time embedded missile systems. CAMP products include: 452 operational flight software parts in Ada for tactical missiles, and a prototype parts engineering system to support parts identification, cataloging and construction. In order to demonstrate the value of the reuse concept, a missile subsystem was built using the CAMP parts. Results indicate a significant increase in software productivity when developing systems using parts, Ada, modern software engineering practice, robust software tools, and knowledgeable software engineers. This report is documented in three volumes: Volume I- CAMP Parts and Parts Composition System, Volume II- 11th Missile Demonstration, and Volume III- CAMP Armonics Benchmarks.
Descriptors : *COMPUTER PROGRAMS, *GUIDED MISSILE COMPUTERS, *HIGH LEVEL LANGUAGES, *TACTICAL WEAPONS, REUSABLE EQUIPMENT, REAL TIME, FEASIBILITY STUDIES, EMBEDDING, ENGINEERING, ENGINEERS, FACILITIES, GUIDED MISSILES, IDENTIFICATION, PARTS, PRODUCTIVITY, PROTOTYPES, STANDARDS, STARS, SYSTEMS ENGINEERING.
Subject Categories : Computer Programming and Software
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE