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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Sergei Tatunov
Development of the Interactive Interface for the Simulation Modeling Program of the Computing System for the Ground Complex
10
2017
This final qualifying work is devoted to develop of the Interactive interface for the simulation modeling program of the computing system for the ground complex. The purpose of this interface is to increase the speed and simplicity of calculating the reliability and design of radio electronic equipment.

The interface is based on component templates and allows you to quickly assign each component statuses, modes, jump tables, transition functions, and condition switches.

The development process consists of a number of steps: analysis of similar software products to identify typical deficiencies, analysis of reliability calculation methods and data model of the program for which an interface is developed, program structure development, and interface development.

The interface was developed using the system for building Windows Presentation Foundation client applications, using the XAML markup language and the C # programming language.

This work contains 4 chapters, introduction and conclusion, 1 attachment, 17 drawings, as well as a list of used literature from 14 sources.

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