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AD-A142 780UNCLASSIFIEDPROCEEDINGS PAPERS OF THE AFSC (AIR FORCEAERONAUTICAL0.STAND.(U)OH DIRECTORATECOMMAND) AVIONICS AFBWRIGHT-PATTERSONSYSTEMS/ g2DIVSYSTEMS1/NC A PORUBCANSKY NOV 82EIhEEEEIIIE.lmEIIEEEIIIIEIIIIEIIIEmE.'.El.I,IU-

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ASD(ENA)-TR-82-5031VOLUMEV2nd AFSCSTANDARDIZATIONCONFERENCECOMBINED PARTICIPATION BY:DOD-ARMY-NAVY-AIR FORCE-NA rC30 NOVEMBER- 2 DECEMBER 198.TUTORIALS: 29 NOVEMBER 1982DAYTON CONVENTION CENTERDAYTON, OHIOHCSTr0RSPONSORED BYLTUTORIALMIL-STD-1589JOVIAL (J-73) HIGH ORDER LANGUAGEKApproved for Public ReleaseIDistribution Unlimited.M I1"i

?JO2ICEiWhen Government drawings, specIficatlons, Or other data are used for any purposeother than in connection with a definitely related Government procurement operation,the United States Government thereby incurs'no responsibility nor any obligationwhatsoever; and the fact that the governent any have formulated, furnished, or inany way supplied the said drawings, specifications, or other data, is not to be regarded by implication or otherwise as in any manner licensing the holder or anyother person or corporation, or conveying any rights or permission to manufactureuse, or sell any patented invention that may in any way be related thereto.This report has been reviewed by the Office of Public Affairs (ASD/PA) and isreleasable to the National Technical Information Service (NTIS). At NTIS, it willbe available to the general public, including foreign nations.:1This technical report has been reviewed and is approved for publication.JEFFERY L. PESLERVice Chairman2nd AFSC StandardizationConferenceERWIN C. GANGLChief, Avionics SystemsDirectorate of AvionicsDivisionEngineeringFOR THE COMMANDERROBERT P. LAVOIE, COL, USAFDirector of Avionics EngineeringDeputy for Engineeringif"If your address has changed, if you wish to be removed from our mailing list, orthe addressee is no longer employed by your organization please notify ASD/ENASW-PAPB, OH45433 to help us maintain a curreng mailing list".Copies of this report should not be returned unless return is required by securityconsiderations, contractual obligations, or notice on a specific document.#1F./

UNCLASSI FIEDSECURI TY CL &SIIC ATON OF THIS PACT*Ih,fle.Fne-4).REPORT DOCUJMENi/TION PAGE1. REPORT NJMVV2 1yTI TLE fendf S.,bf.)7.AU THOR(St)Editor:9.ORM-5Proceedings Pape3f of the Second AFSC SCATA.,G NUMR3ERTYPE OF REPORT S PERIOD COVEREDFinal Report29 November - 2 December198?PERFORMING 0 1G. REPORT NUMBERS.CONTRACT OR GRANT NUMSER(S)10.PROGRAM ELEMENT. PROJEZT.AREA 6 AGRK UNIT NUMBERS12-REPORT DATECynthia A. PorubcanskyPERFORMING ORGANIZATIONNAME AND ADORESSTASKHQ ASD/ENASWright-Patterson AFB OH 45433II.CONTROLLING OFFICENAME AND ADDRESSNovember 1982HQ ASO/ENAWright-Patterson AFB OH 4543314.MON17ORINj AGE.N :Y NAME & ADDRESS,1t differrot f,.,Controlling Offt-e)13.NUMBER OF PAGESIS.SECURITY CLASS.1 nt,-,epor;UcasfeSame as AboveTS.DECLASSIFICA70ONRDNSCHEDULE16.OISTRIBUTION STATEMENT (of this Repot)Approved for public release; distribution unlimited.17.DISTRIBUTIONSTATEMEN4T (of the abstract enteredyntBlock 20. it different fromt Report)N/AISI.SUPPLEMENTARYNOTESN/A19. KEY WORDS ('Continue on reverse v.idegitnece.ssary and identifit by block num ber)Computer Instruction Set Architecture, Multiplexing, Compilers, Support Software,Data Bus, Rational Standardization, Digital Avionics, System Integration, StoresInterface, Standard izat ion. MIL-STD-1553. MIL-STD-1589 (JOVIAL), MIL-STD-1750,MIL-STD-1760, MIlL-STD-1815 (ADA), MIL-STD-1862 (NEBULA).k-20ABSTRACT (Continuen reeeVde if necessary and Identify by' block number))This is a collection of UNCLASSIFIE'papers to be distributed to the attendeesof the Second AFSC Avionics Standardization Conference at the Convention Center.The scope of the Conference includes the complete range of DoDapproved embedded computer hardware/sof tware and related interface standards aswell as standard subsystems used within the Tni-Service community and NATO.Thetheme of the conference is4 RationaL Standardization".Lessons Learned as well.as the pros and cons of standardization are highlighted.tDayton,Ohio.D1rOA14R1473COITION OF I 14V 611 1S OBSOLETEUNCLASSIFIED

This Is Volume 5Volume 1Volume 2Volume ings pp. 1-560Proceedings pp. 561-1131Govexrng DocmetsMIL-SMD-1553 TutorialMnlsmD-1589 TutorialMMI-STD-1679 TutorialMnl-SID-1750 TutorialM-SD-1815 TutorialNavy Case Study TutorialPROCEEDINGS OF THE2nd AFSCSTANDARDIZATION CONFERENCE30 NOVEMBER - 2 DECEMBER 1982DAYTON CONVENTION CENTERDAYTON, OHIOSponsored by:Hosted by:Air Force Systems CommandAeronautical Systems Division

FOREWORDTHE UNITED STATES AIR FORCE HAS COMMITTED ITSELF TO "STANDARDIZATION."THE THEME OF THIS YEAR'S CONFERENCE IS "RATIONAL STANDARDIZATION," AND WEHAVE EXPANDED THE SCOPE TO INCLUDE US ARMY, US NAVY AND NATO PERSPECTIVESON ONGOING DOD INITIATIVES IN THIS IMPORTANT AREA.WHY DOES THE AIR FORCE SYSTEMS COMMAND SPONSOR THESE CONFERENCES?BECAUSE WE BELIEVE THAT THE COMMUNICATIONS GENERATED BY THESE GET-TOGETHERSIMPROVE THE ACCEPTANCE OF OUR NEW STANDARDS AND FOSTERS EARLIER, SUCCESSFULIMPLEMENTATION IN NUMEROUS APPLICATIONS. WE WANT ALL PARTIES AFFECTED BYTHESE STANDARDS TO KNOW JUST WHAT IS AVAILABLE TO SUPPORT THEM:THEHARDWARE; THE COMPLIANCE TESTING; THE TOOLS NECESSARY TO FACILITATE DESIGN,ETC. WE ALSO BELIEVE THAT FEEDBACK FROM PEOPLE WHO HAVE USED THEM ISESSENTIAL TO OUR CONTINUED EFFORTS TO IMPROVE OUR STANDARDIZATION PROCESS.WE HOPE TO LEARN FROM OUR SUCCESSES AND OUR FAILURES; BUT FIRST, WE MUSTKNOW WHAT THESE ARE AND WE COUNT ON YOU TO TELL US.AS WE DID IN 1980, WE ARE FOCUSING OUR PRESENTATIONS ON GOVERNMENTAND INDUSTRY EXECUTIVES, MANAGERS, AND ENGINEERS AND OUR GOAL IS TOEDUCATE RATHER THAN PRESENT DETAILED TECHNICAL MATERIAL.WE ARE STRIVINGTO PRESENT, IN A SINGLE FORUM, THE TOTAL AFSC STANDARDIZATION PICTURE FROMPOLICY TO IMPLEMENTATION. WE HOPE THIS INSIGHT WILL ENABLE ALL OF YOU TOBETTER UNDERSTAND THE "WHY'S AND WHEREFORE'S" OF OUR CURRENT EMPHASIS ONTHIS SUBJECT.MANY THANKS TO A DEDICATED TEAM FROM THE DIRECTORATE OF AVIONICSENGINEERING FOR ORGANIZING THIS CONFERENCE; FROM THE OUTSTANDING TECHNICALPROGRAM TO THE UNGLAMOROUS DETAILS NEEDED TO MAKE YOUR VISIT TO DAYTON, OHIOA PLEASANT ONE. THANKS ALSO TO ALL THE MODERATORS, SPEAKERS AND EXHIBITORSWHO RESPONDED IN SUCH A TIMELY MANNER TO ALL OF OUR PLEAS FOR ASSISTANCE.A--inROBERT P. LAVOIE, COL, USAFDIRECTOR OF AVIONICS ENGINEERINGDEPUTY FOR ENGINEERINGiiiFo r

CEPARTMENT OF Tj-4E AIR FORCE'.-.-Z'--RR28 AUG 1982Second AFSC Standardization Conference!ASD/cC1.Since the highly successful standardization conference hosted by ASD in1980, significant technological advancements have occurred. Integration ofthe standards into weapon systems has beccme a reality. As a result, we havemany "lessons learned" and cost/benefit analyses that should be shared withinthe tri-service community. Also, this would be a good opportunity to updatecurrent and potential "users.0 Therefore, I endorse the organization of theSecond APSC Standardization Conference.2. This conference should cover the current accepted standards, results ofrecent congressional actions, and standards planned for the future. We shouldprovide the latest information on policy, system applications, and lessonslearned. The agenda should acccmiodate both government and industry inputsthat criticize as well as support our efforts. Experts from the tri-servicearena should be invited to present papers on the various topics. Our AFSCproject officer, Maj David Hammond, HQ AFSC/AIR, AUTM"i 858-5731, is preparedto assist.ROBERT M. BOND, Lt Gen, USAfV o Commander'V

MIL-STD- 1589JOVIAL (J-73) HIGH ORDER LANGUAGEInstructor: Judy BambergerTRW/DSSGABSTRACTM fLth JVIAQL( 3)oaLinrwLanguage presents an overviewi0nof the J73 languatge. Features common to nany modern HOLs, such as strong typing, structured flow of control, modular program construction, are emphasized.The organization flows logically; first a brief preview of a complete programis presented, followed by a discussion of the building blocks of the language(declarations, executable statanents, subroutines),concluding with a morethorough look at complete programs, and how the modularity constructs providedin J73 can be exploited to enhance the development of large software systems.Scce of the more special-purpose features of the language are then brieflyillustrated (e.g., built-in functions, specified tables).This introductionto J73 provides a logical view of the flavor and power of the J73 language forr.ag:-s and prog-amn-rs alike.BIOGRAPHYJc'dy Baberger was born in Milwaukee Wisconsin on 26 Septefber 1952.Shereceived the B.S. degree in mathanatics, French,and education from theUniversity of Wisconsin-Milwaukee in 1974, and the M.Sd. degree in Junior HighMathematics from the University of Northern Colorado (Greeley) in 1979.From 1976 to 1979, she was a teacher in the Colorado school system.Then,from mid-1979 through early 1981, she joined SofTech Inc. in Waltham MA.There, she was rcsponsible for all user documentationco:ipilers.In addition, she developed a JOVIALfor the JOVIAL (J73)(73) course, which shepresented to several military and indt:trial org rizations, both in this country and a!,road.She designed and co-ordinaled the production of the videocourse based on the original course. Since early 1981, she has been cployedby '1W in Redondo Beach CA, where she was developing benchmark programs forJOVIAL compilers. She is currently part of the team developing a prototype ofan advanced Ada Programming Support Fhvironm,ent (APSE) for the Navy.Ms. Bamberger is an active mnber of the JOVIAL-Ada Users Group, where shecutrrently chairing the Education Committee.vii,AOamIisU,1 "O n1um

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