Real-Time Common Design Language

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Real-Time Common Design Language definition

(RT-CDL) A real-time language for the design of reliable reactive systems.
["RT-CDL: A Real-Time Description Language and Its Semantics", L.Y. Lin et al, 11th World Computer Congress IFIP '89 pp.19-26 Sep 1989].
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