Miller, Gerald D. (Professor of electrical engineering)
B.S. (Bachelor of Science)
Department of Electrical Engineering
This is a presentation of a programming/development system that solves some major problems of writing scientific software. Problems like trying to maintain several similar versions of a single program, modifying software while it is running, and multitasking are addressed and a solution is proposed. A simple implementation of the solution has been constructed and is described. Although written in "G", the implementation, called "S", emulates many of the advantages of an object-oriented system. It runs under Microsoft Windows 3.1, and has many user-friendly features. Problems include lack of an intuitive graphical interface and poor read-time performance. Proposed uses include the simulation of simple digital systems and complex DSP programs. Finally, a new system is proposed that solves the problems of this implementation.
Frantisak, Aaron A., "Scientific programming system" (1994). Honors Capstones. 985.
18 pages, 159 unnumbered pages
Northern Illinois University
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