Rapid Prototyping of Army Embedded Software Systems
Dampier, David A.
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The Software Technology Branch of the Army Research Laboratory has established a testbed to evaluate the usefulness of rapid prototyping technology for developing embedded real_time software for Army systems. It is still early to make conclusions, but preliminary efforts look promising. Current efforts and future proposed efforts are outlined in this presentation.
Seventh Annual Software Technology Conference, 9-14 April 1995 Salt Lake City, Utah
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