NPS-Developed Software Detects System Design Errors Early
Serpico, Nathan K.
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A small group of Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) faculty has teamed up with NPS’ Center for Educational Design, Development and Distribution (CED3) to develop a software-based tool which has the power to bridge the disparate worlds of computer science and systems engineering. The Monterey Phoenix specification language and software, created by Computer Science department Associate Professor Mikhail Auguston, utilizes user input to generate process flowcharts which model a wide range of system behaviors, enabling users to visualize multiple outcomes before embarking on coding the system.
An article from CHIPS, the Department of the Navy information technology magazine
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