Create graphical OOD diagrams for Ada programs and PDL
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The Graphic Ada Designer is a specialized tool for creating graphical Object Oriented Design Diagrams (OODDs) for Ada programs and the Program Design Language (PDL) representations associated with each OODD. The Graphic Ada Designer is principally targeted towards the interactive development of these block-like diagrams in support of the development of Ada software. In particular it is designed to support a variant of the Ada Graphic Notation developed by SYSCON from the Object Oriented Design work of Grady Booch and a presentation on graphical techniques for analysis given by Dr. R. Buhr of Carleton University (see "Software Engineering with Ada" by Grady Booch, and "System Design with Ada" by R.J.A. Buhr). The Graphic Ada Designer requires a bit-mapped graphics terminal supporting at least a minimal display list capability. The implementation will use GKS interfaces when possible. Significant emphasis will be placed on the transportability of the applications software, with execution efficiency being a secondary consideration (i.e., when due to its device and system dependent nature).
DATE VERSION AUTHOR HISTORY 1.0 Syscon Initial Release
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