More UML, RTOS White Papers

Here are more white papers we added recently to our directory:

  • Collaborative UML Development
    The paper discusses the need for collaborative development tools, and how CanyonBlue, Inc. is addressing this need with its Cittera UML application modeling solution.
  • Embarcadero Describe – Working with Configuration Management Applications
    Describe utilizes various configuration management providers for versioning source code, UML meta data, or any other artifact that can be associated with modeling artifacts, directly from its own context menus.
  • UML 2.0 Sequence Diagramming
    This article discusses the use of nested sequence diagrams and combined fragments to specify precise logical detail in a fully synchronized modeling-to-source-code development process.
  • Introduction to UML
    The Unified Modeling Language (UML) is a standard widely-adopted graphical language that describes the artifacts of software systems with a focus on conceptual and physical representations.
  • Refactoring Browser for UML
    This paper discusses how the idea of refactoring can be extended to UML models and presents a refactoring browser integrated in a UML modeling tool.
  • What’s in a Name?
    Working with code that is unknown to me has made one issue very pressing — names. I’m talking about the relation of a name and the meaning or semantics of the concept it names.
  • AMX for ARM/Thumb Timing Guide
    It is the purpose of this AMX Timing Guide to provide actual AMX timing information and to introduce the factors which affect performance.
  • AMX for PowerPC Timing Guide
    Since instruction counts and cycle counts can no longer be used to measure execution times, it is necessary to provide specific measurements and to define, in detail, the conditions under which they were made.
  • An Empirical Evaluation of OS Endsystem Support for Real-time CORBA Object Request Brokers
    This paper provides two contributions to the study of OS support for real-time ORBs.
  • Embedded Linux: The 2.6 kernel is ideal for specialized devices of all sizes
    In the embedded software market, several commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) operating systems are available, including Wind River’s VxWorks, LynuxWorks’ LynxOS, and Green Hills’ Integrity. Over the past several years, however, none have matched the explosive growth and popularity of embedded Linux.