AuthorKendall, Richard A.
AffiliationComputer Sciences Corporation
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AbstractComputer Sciences Corporation, Realtime Data Systems Center has developed, integrated, tested, and delivered several large telemetry systems to various ranges over the past eight years. One key to the success of these systems has been the ability to build on a software base to meet unique range processing requirements for aircraft, missiles, and related weapons systems. Reusable software means reduced procurement and life cycle costs. The ability to successfully reuse software for new systems with new requirements lies not only in the fundamentals of modular system design, but in the ability of the people to comprehend the design, and adapt the software to new requirements. As advanced telemetry processing needs meet reduced budgets, the successful systems integrator will be relying more and more on an ability to adapt existing systems to meet new challenges.
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