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SAE Architecture Analysis and Design Language (AADL) Annex Volume 1:Annex A: Graphical AADL Notation,Annex C: AADL Meta-Model and Interchange Formats,Annex D: Language Compliance and Application Program InterfaceAnnex E: Error Model Annex
- Aerospace Standard
Published April 18, 2011 by SAE International in United States
The purpose of the annexes in this document are to define the graphical notation to complement the textual notation of the AADL defined in AS5506, to specify the meta model and the XML/XMI interchange format for models represented in AADL to facilitate model interchange and integration of tools supporting AADL, to provide guidance for guidelines for users to transition between AADL models and program source text written in Ada 95 and C, and to define an AADL standard compliant extension to the AADL core language for in support of dependability and fault modeling. The Architecture Analysis and Design Language (AADL) standard document AS5506 was prepared by the SAE AS-2C Architecture Description Language Subcommittee, Embedded Computing Systems Committee, Aerospace Avionics Systems Division and published by SAE in November 2004. The Annexes presented herein have also been developed under the auspices of the SAE AS-2C Subcommittee.
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|ARP4761||GUIDELINES AND METHODS FOR CONDUCTING THE SAFETY ASSESSMENT PROCESS ON CIVIL AIRBORNE SYSTEMS AND EQUIPMENT|
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