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SDL 2001: Meeting UML [electronic resource] :10th International SDL Forum Copenhagen, Denmark, June 27–29, 2001 Proceedings /

Contributor(s): Reed, Rick [editor.] | Reed, Jeanne [editor.] | SpringerLink (Online service).
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Lecture Notes in Computer Science: 2078Publisher: Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2001.Description: XI, 439 p. online resource.Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783540482130.Subject(s): Engineering | Computer communication systems | Special purpose computers | Software engineering | Programming languages (Electronic computers) | Computer logic | Electrical engineering | Engineering | Communications Engineering, Networks | Computer Communication Networks | Software Engineering | Programming Languages, Compilers, Interpreters | Logics and Meanings of Programs | Special Purpose and Application-Based SystemsOnline resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
Combining SDL with Synchronous Data Flow Modelling for Distributed Control Systems -- Using Message Sequence Charts to Accelerate Maintenance of Existing Systems -- From MSC-2000 to UML 2.0 – The Future of Sequence Diagrams -- SDL and Layered Systems: Proposed Extensions to SDL to Better Support the Design of Layered Systems -- Collaboration-Based Design of SDL Systems -- Using UML for Implementation Design of SDL Systems -- Deployment of SDL Systems Using UML -- ETSI Testing Activities and the Use of TTCN-3 -- HyperMSCs with Connectors for Advanced Visual System Modelling and Testing -- Graphical Test Specification — The Graphical Format of TTCN-3 -- Some Implications of MSC, SDL and TTCN Time Extensions for Computer-Aided Test Generation -- Verification of Quantitative Temporal Properties of SDL Specifications -- A General Approach for the Specification of Real-Time Systems with SDL -- Timed Extensions for SDL -- ASN.1 is Reaching Out! -- Distributed Systems: From Models to Components -- Deriving Message Sequence Charts from Use Case Maps Scenario Specifications -- An SDL Implementation Framework for Third Generation Mobile Communications System -- OSPF Efficient LSA Refreshment Function in SDL -- Using SDL in a Stateless Environment -- An MSC Based Representation of DiCons -- Some Pathological Message Sequence Charts, and How to Detect Them -- An Execution Semantics for MSC-2000 -- Comparing TorX, Autolink, TGV and UIO Test Algorithms -- Verifying Large SDL-Specifications Using Model Checking -- Applying SDL Specifications and Tools to the Verification of Procedures.
In: Springer eBooksSummary: This volume contains the papers presented at the Tenth SDL Forum, Cop- hagen. SDL is the Speci?cation and Description Language ?rst standardized by the world telecommunications body, the International Telecommunications Union (ITU), more than 20 years ago in 1976. While the original language and domain of application has evolved signi?cantly, the foundations of SDL as a graphical, state-transition and process-communication language for real-time systems have remained. Today SDL has also grown to be one notation in the set of uni?ed modelling languages recommended by the ITU (ASN.1, MSC, SDL, ODL, and TTCN) that can be used in methodology taking engineering of systems from requirements capture through to testing and operation. The SDL Forum is held every two years and has become the most imp- tant event in the calendar for anyone involved in SDL and related languages and technology. The SDL Forum Society that runs the Forum is a non-pro?t organization whose aim it is to promote and develop these languages.
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Combining SDL with Synchronous Data Flow Modelling for Distributed Control Systems -- Using Message Sequence Charts to Accelerate Maintenance of Existing Systems -- From MSC-2000 to UML 2.0 – The Future of Sequence Diagrams -- SDL and Layered Systems: Proposed Extensions to SDL to Better Support the Design of Layered Systems -- Collaboration-Based Design of SDL Systems -- Using UML for Implementation Design of SDL Systems -- Deployment of SDL Systems Using UML -- ETSI Testing Activities and the Use of TTCN-3 -- HyperMSCs with Connectors for Advanced Visual System Modelling and Testing -- Graphical Test Specification — The Graphical Format of TTCN-3 -- Some Implications of MSC, SDL and TTCN Time Extensions for Computer-Aided Test Generation -- Verification of Quantitative Temporal Properties of SDL Specifications -- A General Approach for the Specification of Real-Time Systems with SDL -- Timed Extensions for SDL -- ASN.1 is Reaching Out! -- Distributed Systems: From Models to Components -- Deriving Message Sequence Charts from Use Case Maps Scenario Specifications -- An SDL Implementation Framework for Third Generation Mobile Communications System -- OSPF Efficient LSA Refreshment Function in SDL -- Using SDL in a Stateless Environment -- An MSC Based Representation of DiCons -- Some Pathological Message Sequence Charts, and How to Detect Them -- An Execution Semantics for MSC-2000 -- Comparing TorX, Autolink, TGV and UIO Test Algorithms -- Verifying Large SDL-Specifications Using Model Checking -- Applying SDL Specifications and Tools to the Verification of Procedures.

This volume contains the papers presented at the Tenth SDL Forum, Cop- hagen. SDL is the Speci?cation and Description Language ?rst standardized by the world telecommunications body, the International Telecommunications Union (ITU), more than 20 years ago in 1976. While the original language and domain of application has evolved signi?cantly, the foundations of SDL as a graphical, state-transition and process-communication language for real-time systems have remained. Today SDL has also grown to be one notation in the set of uni?ed modelling languages recommended by the ITU (ASN.1, MSC, SDL, ODL, and TTCN) that can be used in methodology taking engineering of systems from requirements capture through to testing and operation. The SDL Forum is held every two years and has become the most imp- tant event in the calendar for anyone involved in SDL and related languages and technology. The SDL Forum Society that runs the Forum is a non-pro?t organization whose aim it is to promote and develop these languages.

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