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An Object-Oriented Solution Example: A Flight Simulator Electrical System

February 1989 Technical Report
Kenneth Lee, Michael Rissman

This 1989 report describes an implementation of a subset of an aircraft flight simulator electrical system.

Publisher:

Software Engineering Institute

CMU/SEI Report Number

CMU/SEI-89-TR-005

Abstract

This report describes an implementation of a subset of an aircraft flight simulator electrical system. It is a result of work on the ADA Simulator Validation Program (ASVP) carried out by members of the technical staff (MTS) at the SEI. The MTS developed a paradigm for describing and implementing flight simulator systems in general. The paradigm is a model for implementing systems of objects. The objects are described in a form of design specification called an object diagram. This report has been prepared to demonstrate a full implementation of a system: package specifications and bodies. The intent is to provide an example; the code is functional, but there is no assurance of robustness.