Automated prototyping tool-kit (APT)
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Automated prototyping tool-kit (APT) is an integrated set of software tools that generate source programs directly from real-time requirements. The APT system uses a fifth-generation prototyping language to model the communication structure, timing constraints, I/O control, and data buffering that comprise the requirements for an embedded software system. The language supports the specification of hard real-time systems with reusable components from domain specific component libraries. APT has been used successfully as a research tool in prototyping large war-fighter control systems (e.g. the command-and-control station, cruise missile flight control system, patriot missile defense systems) and demonstrated its capability to support the development of large complex embedded software. © 2002 Elsevier Science Inc. All rights reserved.
APT, Architecture, Automated prototyping, Command and control, Components, Evolution, Formal methods, PSDL, Real-time systems, Reuse
Nada, Nader; Shing, M.; and Berzins, V., "Automated prototyping tool-kit (APT)" (2002). All Works. 627.
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