Annual Technical Report for ADA Embedded Systems Testbed Project
December 1987 • Technical Report
Nelson W. Weiderman, Neal Altman, Mark W. Borger, Patrick Donohoe, William E. Hefley, Mark H. Klein, Stefan F. Landherr, Hans Mumm, John A. Slusarz
This technical report provides an overview of the results produced in the first year of the ADA Embedded Systems Testbed Project (through September 30, 1987).
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The purpose of the ADA Embedded Systems Testbed Project (now called the Real-Time Embedded Systems Project) is to investigate some of the critical issues in using ADA for real-time embedded applications, particularly the extent and quality of the runtime support facility provided by ADA implementations. The project's objective has been to generate new information about using ADA in real-time embedded systems. This information is in the form of benchmark test results, higher level experiment results, and lessons learned in designing and implementing real-time applications in ADA. This technical report provides an overview of the results produced in the first year of the project (through September 30, 1987). Details of these results are contained in other referenced technical reports.