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Ada provides quite explicit mechanisms for specifying the layout of data structures in storage, for accessing particular machine locations, and even for communicating with machine interrupt routines, thus facilitating low-level requirements. Ada’s strong typing qualities, however, also qualify it as a high-level language. High-level languages have far more expressive power than low-level languages, and the modes of expression are well integrated into the language. One can write quite short programs that accomplish very complex operations.
These types of tests occur frequently throughout the life of an aircraft system because there are frequent upgrades and modifications to the aircraft and its various subsystems. It is possible to isolate acceptance testing to particular subsystems when minor changes are made, but this is the exception. Usually, any change made to a subsystem affects other multiple parts of the system. As aircraft become increasingly dependent on computers (which add complexity by the nature of their interdependences), and as their subsystems become increasingly integrated, the impact of change also increases drastically.
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01.Aerospace and Electronic Systems by John G. Webster (Editor)