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Roger Van Scoy
September 1992 - Technical Report Software Development Risk: Opportunity, Not Problem

Authors: Roger Van Scoy

This 1992 report examines problems that exist in software development today and present the SEI's approach to turning risk into opportunity.

December 1989 - Special Report Recommendations from the AIA/SEI Workshop on Research Advances Required for Real-Time Software Systems in the 1990s

Authors: William Sweet, Michael J. Gagliardi, Mark H. Klein, Reed Little, Roger Van Scoy, Robert Veltre, Charles B. Weinstock

This report summarizes the discussions held at a 1989 workshop to facilitate communication between implementers of future software-critical large systems and those who sponsor or perform software-related research.

December 1989 - Technical Report Version Description and Installation Guide

Authors: Judy Bamberger, Timothy Coddington, Robert Firth, Dan Klein, Dave Stinchcomb, Roger Van Scoy

This 1989 document characterizes a specific version of the Distributed ADA Real-Time Kernel (DARK) software artifact and supplies documentation for its installation and use.

December 1989 - Technical Report Dark Porting and Extension Guide Kernel Version 3.0

Authors: Judy Bamberger, Timothy Coddington, Robert Firth, Dan Klein, Dave Stinchcomb, Roger Van Scoy

This 1989 document describes the modifications made to DARK software when porting it from its original execution environment to a VAX/VMS system.

September 1988 - Technical Report An OOD Paradigm for Flight Simulators, 2nd Edition

Topics: Performance and Dependability

Authors: Kenneth Lee, Michael Rissman, Rich D'Ippolito, Chuck Plinta, Roger Van Scoy

This report presents a paradigm for object-oriented implementation of flight simulators. It is a result of work on the ADA Simulator Validation Program (ASV) carried out by members of the technical staff at the SEI.

July 1988 - Technical Report Kernel Facilities Definition

Authors: Judy Bamberger, Timothy Coddington, Robert Firth, Dan Klein, Dave Stinchcomb, Roger Van Scoy, Currie Colket

This document defines the conceptual design of the Kernel by specifying the underlying models, assumptions, and 2) restrictions that govern the design and implementation of the Kernel.

December 1987 - Technical Report Prototype Real-Time Monitor: Executive Summary

Topics: Performance and Dependability

Authors: Roger Van Scoy, Chuck Plinta, Rich D'Ippolito, Kenneth Lee, Michael Rissman

This report summarizes the history, goals, and conclusions of the prototype real-time monitor development effort.

November 1987 - Technical Report Prototype Real-Time Monitor: Requirements

Topics: Performance and Dependability

Authors: Roger Van Scoy, Chuck Plinta, Rich D'Ippolito, Kenneth Lee, Michael Rissman

The requirements imposed by flight simulators and good software engineering practice on Ada systems force software engineers to seek new solutions to the problem of monitoring executing software. This report examines some of these requirements and, based on these requirements, defines a subset for implementation as a prototype real-time monitor (RTM).

November 1987 - Technical Report Prototype Real-Time Monitor: User's Manual

Topics: Performance and Dependability

Authors: Roger Van Scoy, Chuck Plinta, Timothy Coddington, Rich D'Ippolito, Kenneth Lee, Michael Rissman

This 1987 report defines the user interface to the prototype real-time monitor (RTM).

November 1987 - Technical Report Prototype Real-Time Monitor: Design

Topics: Performance and Dependability

Authors: Roger Van Scoy, Chuck Plinta, Rich D'Ippolito, Kenneth Lee, Michael Rissman

The requirements imposed by flight simulators and good software engineering practice on Ada systems force software engineers to seek new solutions to the problem of monitoring executing software. This report examines some of these requirements and, based on these requirements, defines a subset for implementation as a prototype real-time monitor (RTM).

November 1987 - Technical Report Prototype Real-Time Monitor: ADA Code

Topics: Performance and Dependability

Authors: Roger Van Scoy

This report documents the ADA code of the prototype real-time monitor (RTM).

July 1987 - Technical Report Distributed ADA Real-Time Kernel

Authors: Judy Bamberger, Timothy Coddington, Robert Firth, Dan Klein, Dave Stinchcomb, Roger Van Scoy, Currie Colket

This 1987 paper addresses two distinct needs of real-time applications: distribution and hard real-time scheduling mechanisms.