Rapid Prototyping of Application Specific Signal Processors (RASSP) program - Study Phase
Final rept. 12 May-12 Oct 1992
HONEYWELL SYSTEMS AND RESEARCH CENTER BLOOMINGTON MN
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This is the final report for the Rapid Prototyping of Applications Specific Signal Processors RASSP Program - Study Phase. This study represents a five-month contract effort, DARPA contract number MDA972-92-C-0057, performed by Honeywells Systems and Research Center for the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, DARPA. The Broad objective of this study was to produce information that would aid the Government program manager to manage the risks inherent in the implementation phase of the RASSP program. This meant 1 identifying the risks and problem areas that might be encountered during the implementation phase and 2 suggesting risk reducers or solutions that could be used to minimize or solve these problems. Ultimately this meant recommending an approach for the implementation phase and also identifying potential areas for further work. The RASSP program embraces two tightly coupled focuses one related to process or methodology, and the other related to target prototype or product systems. These are discussed in detail in this final report.
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