This chapter introduces a single large example of using the properties and architecture which have been discussed in earlier chapters. The example chosen is an Air Traffic Control (ATC) Support System. The concrete meaning of the abstract properties introduced in earlier chapters will be discussed in that context, showing how one property interacts with other properties. The relevance of this to the design is shown by examples, which are followed by a discussion of possible architectures for the ATC Support System.
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