Presented in this volume are the proceedings of the annual Ada-Europe conference. These meetings constitute the most significant events in this field within Europe, and attract delegates from around the world. The theme of the 1989 meeting is the design methods, a subject of major importance since both the rise of the Ada compiler and the vast applications built with Ada. The included papers, which have all been carefully refereed, study the design methods within Ada and how they may need to be augmented with additional methods and tools where necessary. This volume makes essential reading for all those involved in the use of Ada in industry, research and government.is being developed as a series of builds, each providing additional system capability. ... Development (GOOD) methodology (Seidewitz and Stark 1986) used by the NASA Goddard Space Flight Center. ... 1985) was used to document software requirements using functional decomposition and Data Flow Diagrams ( DFDs) .
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