an SDL tutorial proposal for July
Here is another request for one of the tutorial slots-------
Since the use of SDL is becoming an increasingly important component of a
standard, some of us in 802.15 thought it might make sense to hold a
tutorial on the topic so the 802 community at large can get a better sense
of its utility and value.
Abstract: Specification and Description Language (SDL) is a formal,
object-oriented language defined by ITU-T as recommendation Z.100. The
language is intended for specification of complex, event-driven, real-time,
and interactive applications involving many concurrent activities which
communicate using discrete signals. This tutorial focuses on the SDL
Modeling for the Bluetooth(TM) derived Draft Standard; and the general
utility of SDL in the standards process.
Tom Siep and Allen Heberling would be the principal speakers.
GTE Technology Organization
Chair IEEE 802.15
40 Sylvan Road, Waltham, MA 02451
Pager: 800-759-8888 PIN 1109355