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Process To Facilitate Analysis Routine Development In Real Time And Reduce Execution Resources For A Given Complex Analysis Of A System

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000015714D
Original Publication Date: 2002-Sep-25
Included in the Prior Art Database: 2003-Jun-21
Document File: 2 page(s) / 41K

Publishing Venue

IBM

Abstract

Process To Facilitate Analysis Routine Development In Real Time And Reduce Execution Resources For A Given Complex Analysis Of A System Disclosed is a method for facilitating rapid prototyping of new analysis routines and for improving execution of desired analysis in post processing software code. Post processing routines are developed to provide data and analysis to software developers. When there is a need to update, change or add new capability to a post processing routine; it can take from 6 months to 2 years of writing development code, installing and testing the new capability. The post processing routine contains all of the analysis capability as a single program and updating or adding capability to this program becomes an unmanageable task because of the extensive integration and testing required as the need for new analysis logic increases. As the post processing routine grows larger due to adding capability, excessive resources are required to execute the program.

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Process To Facilitate Analysis Routine Development In Real Time And Reduce

Execution Resources For A Given Complex Analysis Of A System

Disclosed is a method for facilitating rapid prototyping of new analysis routines and for improving execution of desired analysis in post processing software code.

Post processing routines are developed to provide data and analysis to software developers. When there is a need to update, change or add new capability to a post processing routine; it can take from 6 months to 2 years of writing development code, installing and testing the new capability. The post processing routine contains all of the analysis capability as a single program and updating or adding capability to this program becomes an unmanageable task because of the extensive integration and testing required as the need for new analysis logic increases. As the post processing routine grows larger due to adding capability, excessive resources are required to execute the program.

The method disclosed in this article is to create a means to specify a concise set of analysis capability/routines for a given execution where the analysis capability could be from a library or as created in real time. The solution is to create a multi-step process, a common communications area and a single parameter to pass the input data to a routine.

The multi-step process is as follows:

1. Allows for the writing of analysis routines in real time.
2. Compilation of the routines.
3. Processing of control data to specify w...