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  1. The Programming Language Ada Reference Manual (Lecture Notes in Computer Science) by J. Hartmanis, 1983-09
  2. Ada: Concurrent Programming by Narain Gehani, 1991-01
  3. Military Standard/Ada Programming Language by Dept. of Defense, 1980
  4. Ada Programming Language: A Tutorial
  5. Rationale for the Design of the Ada Programming Language (The Ada Companion Series) by J. Ichbiah, J. Barnes, et all 1991-04-26
  6. Unix Ada Programming by Narain Gehani, 1986-09
  7. ADA in Action: With Practical Programming Examples by Do While Jones, 1989-05-31
  8. Programming and Problem Solving With Ada by Nell B. Dale, Chip Weems, et all 1996-08
  9. Reliable Software Technologies - Ada-Europe 2007: 12th Ada-Europe International Conference on Reliable Software Technologies, Geneva, Switzerland, June ... / Programming and Software Engineering)
  10. Programming in ADA (International computer science series) by J.G.P. Barnes, 1989-04
  11. Programming in Ada by Jean-Paul Tremblay, John M. Dedourek, et all 1989-09-01
  12. Ada: An Introduction to the Art and Science of Programming by Walter J. Savitch, Charles G. Petersen, 1992-02
  13. Reliable Software TechnologyAda-Europe 2005: 10th Ada-Europe International Conference on Reliable Software Technologies, York, UK, June 20-24, 2005, ... / Programming and Software Engineering)
  14. The Programming Languages: Pascal, Modula, Chill and Ada by Kees Smedema, 1983-08

41. Pearson - Software Engineering With ADA, 3/E - Grady Booch & Doug Bryan
By Grady Booch, Doug Bryan; Addison Wesley Professional, 1994, ISBN 0805306080, 3rd edition. Full introduction to Ada programming, shows how to maximize the potential of Ada using an object-oriented methodology. Addison Wesley,,0805306080,00+en-USS

42. Sample: The Ada Programming Language
The Ada Programming Language. What is Ada Ada is a language originally designed to reduce the cost of writing embedded systems for USA Department of Defense projects.
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The Ada Programming Language
What is Ada
Ada is a language originally designed to reduce the cost of writing embedded systems for USA Department of Defense projects. The 1983 version of the language (Ada83): incorporated much of the accepted wisdom on software engineering of the time:
  • Data Structures - Pascal/C like but safer:
  • Arrays have bounds before use and bounds are available and checked
  • Pointers are under control
  • Unions are tagged
  • Type conversions are explicit
  • Can be encapsulated by an abstract description
  • Modularization
  • Separate compilation
  • Inter-module type checking
  • Information hiding/encapsulation/abstraction
  • Cooperative parallel processes(tasks),
  • Exceptions,
  • Generics/templates replacing Macros
  • Least error prone syntax(based on experimental data) The name was protected so that a company could only call their product "Ada" if it passed a large set of tests. In this version there was hardly any support for inheritance, mathematical and scientific programming, commercial programming, System programming. However it did contain some unique features for real time work including: tasking, exceptions, delays,... It has been criticised for being
  • Too Complex to be safe(Hoare)
  • Too Verbose (Any C programmer)
  • Not Object Oriented (Any C++/Smalltalk programmer)
  • Mandated (Most conservatives and/or democrats)
  • 43. GW-Ada/Ed-Mac
    Information about the development environment for the Macintosh, supporting integrated editing, compiling, and execution of Ada programs, and links to a discussion mailing list.
    Fabrizio Oddone Italian Recipes Ricette Italiane Site Map ... What's New
    GW-Ada/Ed-Mac Page
    Last updated: October 22, 2000 The Ada language has its own website. GW-Ada/Ed is a Program Development Environment for the Macintosh. Here is a brief excerpt from the Read Me doc included in GW-Ada/Ed Mac. In addition, you can jump to the GW-Ada/Ed Mac page in the Ada home , or to a paper describing the development environment:
    GW-Ada/Ed: Free Ada 83 Development Environments for IBM PC-compatible and Apple Macintosh Computers
    , Technical Report, Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, School of Engineering and Applied Science, The George Washington University.
    Professor Michael B. Feldman Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science This project was sponsored by The George Washington University , and in part by the United States Advanced Research Projects Agency (ARPA) under contract #FY3592-93-10234, administered by Phillips Laboratory, Kirtland AFB, NM 87117-5776. This program is free software; you can redistribute and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License. This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License for more details. You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software Foundation, Inc., 675 Mass Ave, Cambridge, MA 02139, USA.

    44. Pearson - Ada--Programming
    Programming in Ada 2005 with CD, 1/E Barnes 2006 AddisonWesley Published 06/30/2006 ISBN-10 0321340787 ISBN-13 9780321340788

    45. ACM SIGAda Home Page
    Focuses on the scientific, technical and organizational aspects of Ada s use and standardization.
    the S pecial I nterest G roup on Ada
    pointers to current information and resources for the Ada programming language. SIGAda Home Page Ada Basic Information Ada FAQs Creating Ada Software ... Augusta Ada (Byron) Lovelace
    SIGAda 2011
    ACM's Annual International Conference on
    Ada and Related Technologies:
    Engineering Safe, Secure, and Reliable Software
    SIGAda 2011
    Denver, Colorado, USA
    November 2011
    Sponsored by ACM SIGAda Events Organized in Cooperation with ACM SIGAda The Ada Connection
    held at Edinburgh, UK
    20-24 June 2011 This event combines the 16th International Conference on Reliable Software Technologies Ada-Europe 2011 and Ada Conference UK 2011 Ada Letters (SIGAda's tri-annual publication) Available at ACM's Digital Library Purchase SIGAda Proceedings at ACM's e-store ACM SIGAda is the Special Interest Group on Ada, a part of ACM . SIGAda is a powerful resource for the software community's ongoing understanding of the scientific, technical and organizational aspects of the Ada language's use, standardization, environments and implementations. This home page is maintained by the current SIGAda Secretary, Clyde Roby, with the assistance of the SIGAda working groups on their pages. Comments, suggestions or questions can be addressed to:

    46. Intellectual Ammunition - C/C++ To Ada Help And Discussion
    Tutorial for C and C++ programmers to show them what Ada can provide and how to set about turning the knowledge and experience they have gained in C/C++ into good Ada programming.
    Ada Home

    Site Guide

    Welcome Tour
    Follow this link to learn more about DocAda

    Ada Home Floors: Resources Marketplace Ammunition Dept. Discovery Tour ...
    Intellectual Ammunition Department
    Ada-95: A guide for C and C++ programmers
    by Simon Johnston
    ... to the Ada guide especially written for C and C++ programmers.
    I have endeavered to present below a tutorial for C and C++ programmers to show them what Ada can provide and how to set about turning the knowledge and experience they have gained in C/C++ into good Ada programming. This really does expect the reader to be familiar with C/C++, although C only programmers should be able to read it OK if they skip section 3. My thanks to S. Tucker Taft for the
    mail that started me on this.
    Document Status.
    1 Ada Basics.
    1.1 C/C++ types to Ada types. ...
    This document is written primarily for C and C++ programmers and is set out to describe the Ada programming language in a way more accessible to them. I have used the standard Ada documentation conventions, code will look like this and keywords will look like this . I will include references to the Ada Reference Manual in braces and in italics

    47. - Ada Programming Resources
    Ada Programming resources by category, for students and Ada programmers, compiled for your convenience by programmer. This tiny page will give you a world of resources

    48. The Ada Programming Language
    History, significant features, areas of application, sample programs, related links, printed references.
    The Ada Programming Language
    Click below to go directly to a specific section:
    Significant Language Features Areas of Application Sample Programs ... Printed References
    The Ada language is the result of the most extensive and most expensive language design effort ever undertaken. Up until 1974 half of the applications at The Department of Defense were embedded systems. An embedded system is one where the computer hardware is embedded in the device it controls. More than 450 programming languages were used to implement different DoD projects, and none of them were standardized. Because of this, software was rarely reused. For these reasons, the Army, Navy, and Air Force proposed to develop a high-level language for embedded systems.
    Significant Language Features
    • Packages - Data types, data objects, and procedure specifications can be encapsulated into a package. This supports the program design of data abstraction.
    • Exception Handling - Ada has very good exception handling capabilities which allow the program to handle its own run-time errors.
    • Generic Program Units - It is possible to write a procedure (for example, a sorting procedure) which does not require a data type to be specified.

    49. Safety & Mission Critical Software
    Introduction to the Ada Programming Language Training Class. Are you looking to learn more about the capabilities, features and functionality of the Ada programming language?

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    50. AdaSockets
    BSD sockets binding for the Ada programming language. Open source, modified GPL
    Sockets in Ada
    This interface lets you use BSD sockets from Ada (TCP, UDP and multicast). You can download the stable version (1.8.8) under a modified GPL licence similar to the one held by GNAT. In particular, that means that you can freely use AdaSockets in a proprietary application without having it contaminate your code.
    A technical mailing-list receives user questions about AdaSockets. You just have to click to subscribe or read the archives . You can also participate to the group on a Usenet discussion group
    Development version
    You can get the current development version using GIT
    • git clone git:// (this will create a adasockets directory in GIT format in which you will be able to record your own changes; you can also look at the repository
    Latest changes

    51. AdaSDL | Download AdaSDL Software For Free At
    A set of Ada (programming language) bindings, ports, and some original applications based on SDL (Simple DirectMedia Library). Open source, LGPL
    /*jslint onevar: false, nomen: false, evil: true, css: true, plusplus: false, white: false, forin: true */ /*global unescape, window, jQuery, $, net, COMSCORE */ Welcome, Guest! Log In Create Account Find and develop open source software Search Find Software AdaSDL
    by afvargas AdaSDL is a set of Ada (programming language) bindings, ports, and some original applications based on SDL (Simple DirectMedia Library - Download Now! AdaSDL_20010504.tar.gz (852.1 KB) OR View all files You seem to have CSS turned off. Please don't fill out this field. You seem to have CSS turned off. Please don't fill out this field. Separate each tag with a space.
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    52. Ada Programming - Download Here
    Ada Programming free book at E-Books Directory - download here

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    Permission is granted to copy, distribute and/or modify this document under the terms of the GNU Free Documentation License, Version 1.2 or any later version published by the

    54. Ada Programming - The Free Information Society
    Download This File. If you have questions or comments about this file, email the administrator at JSDRATM@GMAIL.COM. If there is a problem with the file, such as a corrupted

    55. ADA (programming Language) ( Includes Related Articles On Compilers, How To Get
    ADA (programming language) ( includes related articles on compilers, how to get ADA aid, and synchronizing tasks through rendezvous.) find EDN articles. div id= bedoc-text
    Research articles and archives from 6,500+ publications
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    Related articles The growing use of 3 2-bit [micro]Ps, with the 4G-byte address spaces, allows engineers to create embedded systems incorporating truly gargantuan programs. Popular programming languages are hard presser to support programs forged with megalines of code, but Ada meets that challenge. Steven H Leibson, Regional Editor "Please put down your weapon. You have 20 seconds to comply," stated the ED-209 law-enforcement droid. The intimidated junior executive dropped his chrome-plated pistollike a hot potato. This boardroom demonstration had gone far enough. Unfortunately, the junior exec's conciliatory action went unnoticed by the ED-209. "You now have 15 seconds to comply," it said. The droid proceeded to count down the seconds as the other executives scurried out of the way. Meanwhile, a host of technicians tried to shut down the ED-209.

    56. Free Programming Ebooks Ada Programming
    Author Wikibooks, the opencontent textbooks collection; Format HTML; Price free; This book covers the Ada 2005 standard. If you are a beginner you will learn the latest

    57. Ada Programming Language Materials
    INVENTORY. Corporate Publications, 19851989. AdaData (Box 1, folder 1) Alsys, Inc. (Box 1, folder 1) BiiN (Box 1, folder 1) Concurrent Computer Corporation (Box 1
    Ada Programming Language Materials, 1981-1990 CBI 157 0.8 cubic feet in 3 boxes By: Carrie Seib and Matthew James Buell, May 2001 ACQUISITION: The records were given to Stanford University Libraries, History of Science and Technology Collections, by Steven E. Barryte, and subsequently transferred to the Charles Babbage Institute. ACCESS: The collection is unrestricted. PREFERRED CITATION: Please cite the collection as follows: Ada Programming Language Materials (CBI 157), Charles Babbage Institute, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis. History Ada is a high-level programming language developed in the period between 1975-1980 to supercede the hundreds of critical systems languages used by the U.S. Department of Defense. The language was standardized in 1983, and revised in 1995. Scope and Content The collection consists of corporate product literature describing software products designed for the Ada language; U.S. government publications, including Ada 9X project reports, technical reports, working papers, newsletters; and user group information produced by or for the U.S. government concerning implementing and working with the Ada language.
    Arrangement of the Collection
    • Corporate Publications, 1985-1989

    58. Ada Programming Language
    Ada Programming Language Ford Ada Oklahoma Ada programming language Ada is a structured, statically typed imperative computer programming language designed by a team led
    Ada Programming Language
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    Ada programming language
    Ada is a structured, statically typed imperative computer programming language designed by a team led by Jean Ichbiah of CII Honeywell Bull during 1977–1983. It addresses many of the same tasks as C or C++, but with the type-safety of a language like Java. SPARK programming language - SPARK is a secure, formally-defined programming language designed to support the development of software used in applications where correct operation is vital either for reasons of safety or business integrity. There are versions of SPARK based on Ada 83 and Ada 95. Ruby programming language - Ruby is a reflective, object-oriented programming language . It combines syntax inspired by Ada and Perl with Smalltalk-like object-oriented features, and also shares some features with Python, Lisp, Dylan and CLU. Ada Information Clearinghouse - The Ada Information Clearinghouse is a website with reference information about the Ada programming language, including the Language Reference Manual and other standards documents, case studies, details of compilers and software tools and more. It is run by the Ada Resource Association.

    59. ADA Programming Language - Free Computer, Programming, Mathematics, Technical Bo
    Free Computer Books, Free Mathematics Books, Directory of online free computer, programming, engineering, mathematics, technical books, ebooks, lecture notes and tutorials.

    60. AdaCore - Home > Ada Answers > Ada Overview
    The Ada Programming Language. Ada is a modern programming language designed for large, longlived applications – and embedded systems in particular – where reliability
    Home Contact Pricing News ... Resources and Links
    The Ada Programming Language
    Ada is seeing significant usage worldwide in high-integrity / safety-critical / high-security domains including commercial and military aircraft avionics, air traffic control, railroad systems, and medical devices. With its embodiment of modern software engineering principles Ada is an excellent teaching language for both introductory and advanced computer science courses, and it has been the subject of significant university research especially in the area of real-time technologies.
    Language Overview
    But it also includes much more: Scalar ranges Unlike languages based on C syntax (such as C++, Java, and C#), Ada allows the programmer to simply and explicitly specify the range of values that are permitted for variables of scalar types (integer, floating-point, fixed-point, or enumeration types). The attempted assignment of an out-of-range value causes a run-time error. The ability to specify range contraints makes programmer intent explicit and makes it easier to detect a major source of coding and user input errors. Programming in the large Generic templates Object-Oriented Programming (OOP) Concurrent programming Systems programming Real-time programming High-integrity systems However, the full language is inappropriate in a safety-critical application, since the generality and flexibility may interfere with traceability / certification requirements. Ada addresses this issue by supplying a compiler directive, pragma Restrictions, that allows you to constrain the language features to a well-defined subset (for example, excluding dynamic OOP facilities).

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