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SADL: Simulation Architecture Description Language

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SADL: Simulation Architecture Description Language
This paper introduces the Simulation Architecture Description Language (SADL) developed at the National Aeronautics and Space Administration's Marshall Space Flight Center to support the real-time simulation of advanced avionics systems. SADL is a graphical, domain-specific Architecture Description Language (ADL) that facilitates the high-level specification of both the software and hardware aspects of hard real-time avionics system simulations targeted for execution on diverse hardware architectures, including multiprocessor systems. It supports the hierarchical expression of the ture of an entire simulation at various levels of abstraction. A detailed description of SADL is provided along with a case study that illustrates its ability to represent real-world simulations. Key words: Architecture Description Language, real-time, simulation, software architecture, simulation model
Kenneth G. Ricks, John M. Weirs, B. Earl Wells
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Type Journal
Year 2002
Where ISCA
Authors Kenneth G. Ricks, John M. Weirs, B. Earl Wells
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