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Friday, November 30, 2018

Communication Protocol Engineering - By "Miroslav Popovic"

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As embedded systems become more and more complex, so does the challenge of enabling fast and efficient communication between the various subsystems that make up a modern embedded system. Facing this challenge from a practical standpoint, Communication Protocol Engineering outlines a hands-on methodology for developing effective communication protocols for large-scale systems.
A Complete Roadmap
This book brings together the leading methods and techniques developed from state-of-the-art methodologies for protocol engineering, from specification and description methods to cleanroom engineering and agile methods. Popovic leads you from conceptualization of requirements to analysis, design, implementation, testing, and verification. He covers the four main design languages: specifications and description language (SDL); message sequence charts (MSCs); tree and tabular combined notation (TTCN); and unified modeling language (UML).
Practical Tools for Real Skills
Fully illustrated with more than 150 figures, this guide also serves as a finite state machine (FSM) library programmer's reference manual. The author demonstrates how to build an FSM library, explains the components of such a library, and applies the principles to FSM library-based examples. 

Chapter 1: Introduction
1.1 The Notion of the Communication Protocol
Chapter 2: Requirements and Analysis
2.1 Use Case Diagrams
2.2 Collaboration Diagrams
2.3 Requirements and Analysis Example
Chapter 3: Design
3.1 Class Diagrams
3.2 Object Diagrams 
3.3 Sequence Diagrams 
3.4 Activity Diagrams
3.5 Statechart Diagrams
3.6 Deployment Diagrams
3.7 Specification and Description Language
3.8 Message Sequence Charts
3.9 Tree and Tabular Combined Notation
3.10 Examples
Chapter 4: Implementation
 4.1 Component Diagrams
4.2 The Spectrum of FSM Implementations
4.3 State Design Pattern
4.4 Implementation Based on the FSM Library
4.5 Examples
Chapter 5: Test and Verification
5.1 Unit Testing
5.2 Conformance Testing
5.3 Formal Verification Based on Theorem Proving
5.4 Statistical Usage Testing
5.5 Examples
5.6 Further Reading
Chapter 6: FSM Library
6.1 Introduction
6.2 Basic FSM System Components
6.3 Time Management
6.4 Memory Management
6.5 Message Management
6.6 TCP/IP Support
6.7 Global Constants, Types, and Functions
6.8 API Functions
6.9 A Simple Example with Three Automata Instances
6.10 A Simple Example with Network-Aware Automata Instances

Author Details
"Miroslav Popovic"

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