COMPUTER software, PROTOTYPES, TESTING, COMPUTER simulation, and DESIGN
A prototyping and simulation tool that supports the development of distributed programs is described. This tool, called Jems, forms a part of Jade, a distributed software prototyping environment. The Jade environment provides tools for the design, implementation, debugging, testing, maintenance, and performance analysis of distributed, concurrent programs. Novel features of Jade include the support of: multi-lingual distributed programs; flexible monitoring of inter-process communication; multiple views into executing programs via a window system; graphical animation of executing programs; and the prototyping of distributed software. This paper presents an overview of the Jade environment, describes the distributed software prototyping tool, and outlines the status of the project. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
Evaluates a number of computer software packages which improve modeling, simulation and rapid prototyping, with emphasis on Matrix, a mulifaceted software package from Integrated Systems company of Sunnyvale, California. Features of Matrix; Identification of the software packages which are compatible with Matrix; How the applications work; Contact number for further information.
COMPUTER software, COMPUTER-aided design software, PLASTICS, and DESIGN
Discusses technological innovations in computer-aided design and manufacturing software that speed up the design-to-manufacturing process for plastic parts. Rapid prototyping of plastic parts; Key time factor in plastics manufacturing; Software capabilities. INSETS: Some free advice.;Rapid prototyping takes hold..
COMPUTER software, RESEARCH institutes, AUTOMOBILE engine software, and DESIGN
Provides information on the Rapid Prototyping Engine Control System, a software-designed tool developed by engineers at Southwest Research Institute (SwRI) in San Antonio, Texas for custom development and modification of engine control systems. Features and functional aspects of the engine design tool; Remarks from Ken Shouse, senior research engineer and project manager at SwRI.