|Automatic code generation from UML-like statecharts firstname.lastname@example.org (Andrzej Wasowski) (2002-01-17)|
|Re: Automatic code generation from UML-like statecharts email@example.com (Jeremy Bennett) (2002-01-18)|
|Re: Automatic code generation from UML-like statecharts firstname.lastname@example.org (Andrzej Wasowski) (2002-01-30)|
|From:||Andrzej Wasowski <email@example.com>|
|Date:||17 Jan 2002 00:34:35 -0500|
|Posted-Date:||17 Jan 2002 00:34:35 EST|
I am a PhD studenta carrying on a project on code generation for
embedded systems. Currently considered approach is to generate C code
from UML-like (though more restricted) state charts. Different methods
are considered including from interpreting action tables (or table-like
data structures), embedded decision trees to generating direct programs
in C. There is a wide range of interesting aspects in optimizing state
charts (far much beyond the standard speed-size rtade off).
The work is aimed at embedded systems but efficient implementations of
state charts may have wider applications (including scanning, parsing,
theorem proving or even data compression).
I would be very glad either to hear from anybody working on efficient
implementations of state charts. Also if you know any interesting
resource (book/website/article/etc) let me know about it.
You can find more information about me at
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