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Object oriented analysis for advanced flight data management

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: Wortmann, J.

Berlin: Fachbibliothek Informatik, 1996, XIV, 126 pp. : Ill.
TU Berlin. Forschungsberichte des Fachbereichs Informatik, 96,43
German
Book
Fraunhofer ISST ()
actor; class diagram; event trace diagram; flight data management; object-oriented analysis; object-oriented software development; OLDI; statechart; use case

Abstract
This report describes the final results of the research project "Data Modelling for Advanced Flight Data Management" of the research group "Computergestützte Informationssysteme" (CIS) at the Technische Universität Berlin and the "Eurocontrol Experimental Centre" (EEC). Starting at the beginning of September 1995 both partners agreed on the creation of an object-oriented analysis System/concept for Air Traffic Control (ATC). The first part of the project, the introduction to the problem domain ATC was done at the EEC in Bretigny-sur-Orge (France) from September '95 to March '96. Within this period, the application domain ATC was studied and a preliminary class diagram was created as an outline for a complete object-oriented analaysis , which is documented in this report. Object-orientation techniques were used to model relevant aspects of Air Traffic Control (ATC) from slot allocation to the arrival at the gate. This includes the most important actors - controllers and pilots. Starting with the preliminary class diagram, controller activities during sector hand-over were described with use cases. Object interaction was derived from these use cases, leading to a refined analysis model. For the decomposition and modularisation of complex use cases, path expressions have been introduced. The object model presented in this report forms a stable and extendable basis for the design and evaluation of new ATC functionalities in the areas air navigation, operational procedures and communication facilities. Existing functional specifications can also be related to this object model, thus guaranteeing downward compatibility.

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