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Date: Sat, 11 Jul 1998 07:55:54 -0700
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From: Bob Leif, Ph.D.
Chair ACM San Diego SigAda

Subject: July San Diego SigAda Meeting Announcement (A-H)

TO: Team Ada


Today's Date: 11 July 1998

SPEAKER: Steve Blake

SUBJECT: ""Analysis of Mission-Critical Systems Using the
Ada Semantic Interface Specification (ASIS)."

Meeting Date: Wednesday 29 July, 1998

TIME: 6:30 PM Pizza ($5.00) and a chance to network and meet
the experts.
FREE Pizza to the first 3 individuals who can demonstrate a
year 2000 bug in real, pre-existing Ada code.

Lecture starts promptly at 7:00 PM

DURATION: About 45 Minutes

PLACE: Aonix

Steve Blake will make a presentation titled "Analysis of
Mission-Critical Systems Using ASIS."  The information
focuses on client tools and how they use ASIS.

The Ada Semantic Interface Specification (ASIS) is an
interface between an Ada environment (as defined by ISO/IEC
8652:1995) and any tool or application requiring information
from it. An Ada environment includes valuable semantic and
syntactic information. ASIS is an open and published
callable interface that gives CASE tool and application
developers access to this information. ASIS has been
designed to be independent of underlying Ada environment
implementations, thus supporting portability of software
engineering tools while relieving tool developers from
needing to understand the complexities of an Ada
environment's proprietary internal representation.
In short, ASIS can provide the foundation for your code
analysis activities.

ASIS, Ada Semantic Interface Specification, Portability,

Speaker Brief Biography:
Steve Blake is the Co-Technical Editor and Vice Chairman of
the ASISWG and has been involved in ASIS since its
inception.  Steve is a principal Ada consultant with Aonix
where he has served in a variety of software engineering
capacities for the past 12 years.

Please RSVP Robert C. Leif,  by e-mail, if you wish to join
the preprogram pizza meal ($5.00 per person).

RSVP Tel. & Fax.  Robert C. Leif (San Diego ACM SIGAda
Chair) (619) 582-0437 (Voice and FAX), e-mail
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number of individuals desiring pizza, any special
requirements,  your name, telephone number and/or e-mail
number when responding by telephone, Fax, or E-mail. Please
Include the Words Pizza or SigAda in the Subject line of
your e-mail.
Directions to Aonix (was Thomson):
1. Take 805 to Governor Drive exit.
2. From Governor Drive, make left at first light, to
Greenwich Drive.
3. Take first right, to Shoreham Place.
4. Proceed to cul-de-sac - 5040 Shoreham Place.
5040 Shoreham Place San Diego, CA 92122

If you are not on this distribution and wish to receive
these announcements, please send your e-mail address to
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Robert C. Leif, Ph.D., PMIAC,
Vice President & Research Director
Ada_Med, a Division of Newport Instruments
Tel. & Fax (619) 582-0437
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