Operational Software Concept (Phase One). Volume V. Bibliography.
Final rept. May 73-May 74,
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As new aircraft are being developed, greater demands are being placed on their information processing systems to automate more mission functions. The computer software required to accomplish this task, however, continues to plague the Air Force in the problem areas of risk, visibility, and cost. Existing avionics software is inadequately structured, documented and tested. It remains inflexible incapable of easy changes for different missions and nontransferable incapable of being used by several aircraft. This volume, the last of five, is a bibliography of publications relating to the OSC effort. It includes a list of titles, abstracts, and comments concerning the articles. Entries are arranged alphabetically by title.
- Computer Programming and Software
- Computer Hardware