SIGAda 2003 Tutorials
SIGAda 2003
TUTORIALS

Sunday Full-Day Tutorials
(9:00am - 5:30pm)

Monday Full-Day Tutorials
(8:30am - 5:00pm)

Monday Morning Tutorials
(8:30am - 12:00 noon)

Monday Afternoon Tutorials
(1:30 - 5:00pm)


SIGAda 2003 offers two days of outstanding tutorials led by some of the most respected technical leaders in the industry. These half-day and full-day tutorials have been selected to meet the needs of software developers in today's demanding environments.
Our tutorial program features a full line-up of Ada 95 and related technology sessions and covers a broad range of disciplines including systems and software engineering, architecture, software tools, security, and the World Wide Web.

Note that any tutorial and/or presentation shown below in red has been cancelled for the conference.

Sunday Full-Day Tutorials
(9:00am - 5:30pm)
Item
Title
Instructor(s)
SF1 Architecture-Centered Development of Time Critical Systems with AADL, UML, and Ada Ed Colbert, Bruce Lewis
SF2 Improved Software Testing With the Use of Metrics Alfred Sorkowitz
SF3 Introduction to Ada Joyce Tokar
SF4 SPARK, An Intensive Overview Roderick Chapman, Ph.D

Monday Full-Day Tutorials
(8:30am - 5:00pm)
Item
Title
Instructor(s)
MF1 Normative Quality Specification and Standardized Acceptance Testing Hans-Ludwig Hausen

Monday Morning Tutorials
(8:30am - 12:00 noon)
Item
Title
Instructor(s)
MA1 Links in the Chain: Why Mature Systems Engineering is Needed Rick Conn
MA2 The HOOD Design Method Jean-Pierre Rosen

Monday Afternoon Tutorials
(1:30 - 5:00pm)
Item
Title
Instructor(s)
MP1 High-Integrity Ravenscar using SPARK Roderick Chapman, Ph.D, Brian Dobbing
MP2 A# Martin Carlisle, Ph.D

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