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Paper ID: 2456

The Formal, Tool Supported Development of Real Time Systems
Sinnott,R.O.

Appeared in: Proceedings of International Conference on Software Engineering and Formal Methods, Beijing, China
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Publisher: N/A
Year: 2004
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Field of Science: Computer Science

URL: http://www.nesc.ac.uk/papers/staff/Sinnott-RTSDL.pdf

Abstract: The language SDL has long been applied in the development of various kinds of systems. Real-time systems are one application area where SDL has been applied extensively. Whilst SDL allows for certain modelling aspects of real-time systems to be represented, the language and its associated tool support have certain drawbacks for modelling and reasoning about such systems. In this paper we highlight the limitations of SDL and its associated tool support in this domain and present language extensions and next generation real-time system tool support to help overcome them. The applicability of the extensions and tools is demonstrated through a case study based upon a multimedia binding object used to support a configuration of time dependent information producers and consumers realising the so called lipsynchronisation algorithm.

Keywords: SDL, Validation, Real-Time Systems.


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