Date of Award
Bachelor of Applied Sciences Honours
Faculty of Science, Technology and Engineering
Dr T.J. O'Neill
Due to a lack of operating system (0/S) support, it is more difficult to develop programs for embedded systems than for workstations. For those developing on a low budget, the problem is often further compounded by the necessity of using inappropriate, 0/S dependent, compilers. This study attempts to ascertain those elements of a High Level Language (HLL) which are absolutely necessary and implementable to produce reliable, efficient, embedded programs without the benefit of a large budget. The study is based upon the Ada philosophy as the Ada language incorporates many desirable features for modelling real-world problems in terms of embedded solutions. By implication, the research provides a small step towards an increased availability of low cost tools to assist in the development of reliable and efficient code for use in medium performance embedded systems.
Collins, M. (1995). An Ada-Like Language to Facilitate Reliable Coding of Low Cost Embedded Systems. Retrieved from http://ro.ecu.edu.au/theses_hons/619