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Gregory Zelesnik
March 1994 - Educational Material Lecture Notes on Requirements Elicitation

Authors: Sridhar Raghavan (Digital Equipment Corporation), Gregory Zelesnik, Gary Ford

This 1994 report provides five student-oriented lecture notes documents to augment existing textbooks.

December 1991 - Technical Report Requirements Engineering and Analysis Workshop Proceedings

Authors: Gary Chastek, Mark H. Graham, Gregory Zelesnik

At the 1991 Requirements Engineering and Analysis Workshop was held to brainstorm ways in which the DoD deal more effectively with the requirements of mission-critical systems.

June 1991 - Technical Report Notes on Applications of the SQL ADA Module Description Language (SAMeDL)

Authors: Gary Chastek, Mark H. Graham, Gregory Zelesnik

This 1991 report shows how the SAMeDL can be adapted and extended to provide services to applications needing advanced features or having other unusual requirements.

March 1991 - Technical Report Rationale for SQL ADA Module Description Language SAMeDL

Authors: Gary Chastek, Mark H. Graham, Gregory Zelesnik

This document is a companion to the SAMeDL Reference Manual. Whereas the Reference Manual is meant to be precise, the Rationale is meant to be clear.

March 1991 - Technical Report Rationale for SQL ADA Module Language Description (SAMeDL)

Authors: Gary Chastek, Mark H. Graham, Gregory Zelesnik

This 1991 document provides an explanation of the problem solved by the SQL Ada Module Description Language (SAMeDL).

November 1990 - Technical Report The SQL ADA Module Description Language SAMeDL, Version 3.75

Authors: Gary Chastek, Mark H. Graham, Gregory Zelesnik

This 1990 manual outlines the SQL ADA Module Description Language (SAMeDL), which is used to describe database services needed by ADA application programs.