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Digital Sound Recorder: A Case Study On Designing Embedded Systems Using the UML Notation

Ivan Porres, Johan Lilius, Digital Sound Recorder: A Case Study On Designing Embedded Systems Using the UML Notation. TUCS Technical Reports 234, Turku Centre for Computer Science, 1999.

Abstract:

This document is an example of the object-oriented analysis and design of an embedded system using the Unified Modelling Language (UML). The analysed system is a digital sound recorder, or Dictaphone. The design has been implemented using an embedded processor and the C++ programming language.

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@TECHREPORT{tPoLi99a,
  title = {Digital Sound Recorder: A Case Study On Designing Embedded Systems Using the UML Notation},
  author = {Porres, Ivan and Lilius, Johan},
  number = {234},
  series = {TUCS Technical Reports},
  publisher = {Turku Centre for Computer Science},
  year = {1999},
  keywords = {object-oriented design, UML, embedded systems},
  ISBN = {952-12-0367-6},
}

Belongs to TUCS Research Unit(s): Embedded Systems Laboratory (ESLAB), Software Construction Laboratorium

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