Accession Number : ADM000349
Title : Two Synthesis Applications: Boeing/Navy/Stars Flight Training Systems and Rockwell Command and Control Systems. Version 01.00.00 (Videorecording).
Corporate Author : VIRGINIA CENTER OF EXCELLENCE FOR SOFTWARE REUSE AND TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER HERND ON
Report Date : 16 MAY 1994
Pagination or Media Count : 1
Abstract : Physical description: 1 VHS video; 1/2 in.; col.; sd.; mono.; 59 mins.; standard playback sp. The Consortium's Synthesis methodology for software reuse on Navy Flight Training Systems is the foundation for an approach being used by Boeing and a U.S. Navy/STARS team to develop software for the Navy's T-35C flight simulator trainer. A major reuse strategy of the program is the use of a two life-cycle model, requiring that the traditional application development life cycle by front-ended with a separate, but coordinated, life cycle that created process-driven software assets for a defined product line(or family) of systems. The mastering of variations in requirements between similar systems is at the heart of Synthesis. The Synthesis is used in a comprehensive, leveraged mode, fully deploying the Synthesis methodology throughout the program. Rockwell's use of Synthesis to creat a domain engineering approach to developing interprocessor communication and message handling systems for commercial clients.
Descriptors : *COMPUTER AIDED INSTRUCTION, *FLIGHT TRAINING, *FLIGHT SIMULATORS, NAVAL TRAINING, LIFE CYCLE MANAGEMENT, COMMAND AND CONTROL SYSTEMS, PILOT STUDIES, LECTURES.
Subject Categories : Personnel Management and Labor Relations
Computer Programming and Software
Military Aircraft Operations
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE