Seminars & Workshops
The last decade has seen a revolution in real-time software engineering tools and techniques. This revolution has been fueled by the ever increasing complexity of the software component of real-time systems. Although the software component may not be the most expensive component, it is usually, however, "in series" with the hardware component; if the software doesn't work, the hardware is useless.
This course presents the principles of real-time systems development based on the industry standard Ward & Mellor methodology. Students learn how to construct a formal, executable, model of a proposed real-time system. Students learn how to apply these techniques by specifying and designing an in-depth case study system. This course may be presented as a one-day management overview, a three-day seminar or a five-day workshop. Seminars and Workshops incorporate hands-on exercises and worksessions. Workshops may incorporate a client's application as a case study.
As with Structured Analysis & Design techniques, Structured Development for Real-Time Systems has a proven track record. Used consistently, these techniques can dramatically improve real-time software development quality and productivity.
This course is intended for systems analysts, software designers and programmers and project management personnel.
Seminars and Workshops incorporate hands-on exercises and worksessions. A real-time Radio Button System and Elevator Control System are used as in-depth case studies. Workshops may incorporate client's application as a case study.
Lecture with worksessions.
Overview 1 Day
Seminar 3 Days
Workshop 5 Days
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