Proceedings of the March 1997 conference, with sections on requirement analysis and specifications, parallel and distributed systems, model based ECBS, software and systems, visualization and computer modeling to improve understanding of military systems, object oriented design and development, real-time and mechatronic systems, architectures, design methodology, real-time applications, model-based engineering, and dependability and safety critical systems. No index. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, ORTypical required capabilities are aquot;the system shall navigate the aircraft, aquot; aquot;the system shall calculate the current account balance, aquot; and so on. ... Requirement as defined here and in the ER diagram in Figure 2, is what we would expect to see in a fully prepared requirements specification. ... For example, a bank might be the customer, but the tellers and accountants that work for the bank are the end users.
|Title||:||1997 IEEE Conference and Workshop on Engineering of Computer-Based Systems|
|Author||:||Jerzy Rozenblit, Tony Ewing, Stephan Schulz|
|Publisher||:||IEEE Computer Society - 1997|