Displaying items by tag: Automatic Refactoring
TSRI modernized IDT's Automated Test & ReTest (ATRT) tool from Ada 95 to C++. ATRT is a patented automated testing and analysis toolset that provides development and integration; system and certification; installation; and cybersecurity testing for many vital military planning, weapon and sensor systems.
- Customer & Integrator: Innovative Defense Technologies (IDT)
- Source & Target Language: Ada 95 to C++
- Lines of Code: 195,000 (Classified and Unclassified)
- Duration: 2 months
TSRI, contracted withHawaii Research Group (HRG), supported the task of finding the subset of code within CHCS and use its innovative JANUS Studio® toolset to automatically transform the legacy code to modern code.
- Customer: HRG
- Source & Target Language: MUMPS to Java
- Lines of Code: 1,000,000
- Duration: 4 months
TSRI came aboard as a member of the Lockheed Martin (LMCO) team that bid on the I-SPAN modernization program. TSRI's role was to demonstrate the technical feasibility of fully automated approaches to re-engineering and transitioning classified modules from the MGPS system into an open, flexible, scalable, and extensible software environment.
- Customer & Integrator: US Strategic Command & Lockheed Martin
- Source & Target Language: Fortran to C++
- Lines of Code: 80,000
- Duration: 6 months
- Services: Code Transformation, Automated Refactoring, Assessment, Testing, UML Documentation
TSRI was contracted by General Dynamics (GDAIS) to automatically transform the Naval Undersea Warfare Center (NUWC) Submarine Weapon Control System (WCS). TSRI used its JANUS Studio® automated toolset to transform and refactor WCS Ada code to functionally equivalent C++ code.
- Customer & Integrator: Naval Undersea Warfare Center (NUWC) & General Dynamics
- Source & Target Language: Ada to C++
- Lines of Code: 2,449,466 (Classified)
- Duration: 12 months
TSRI was asked to assist The Boeing Company to modernize the ALCA Integrated Tactical Avionics Program (ITAP). ITAP, originally a real-time embedded J73 JOVIAL program, required transformation to modern C++. The transformed version of ITAP needed to exhibit real-time performance equal to or better than the original system with platform independence. By converting the J73 JOVIAL into C++, Boeing reduced future maintenance costs with the availability of modern software development environments and greater flexibility in its choice of hardware upgrades.
- Customer: Boeing
- Source & Target Language: JOVIAL to C++
- Duration: 3 months
- Services: Automated Code Transformation, Code Documentation, Assessment
The Defense User Registration System (DURS) of the Defense Technical Information Center (DTIC) consisted of a UNISYS 2200 COBOL application running within the DPS form-based presentation system (DPS 1100). DURS required conversion into a Java/J2SE multi-tiered application to support DTIC modernization requirements.
- Customer & Integrator: Telos Corporation
- Source & Target Language: COBOL to Java/J2SE
- Lines of Code: 80,000
- Duration: 13 months
- Services: Developed Web-Enabled User Interface, Code Transformation, Automated Refactoring, Automated Re-Architecting, Database Transformation, Transformation Blueprint®
- Automatic Refactoring
- Code Transformation
- transformation blueprint
- US Air Force
- COBOL to Java
- COBOL to J2SE
- Defense User Registration System
- UNISYS 2200
- UNISYS COBOL
- UNISYS 2200 COBOL
- COBOL Modernization
- COBOL Transformation
A highly classified application, consisting of Fortran 77 and Fortran 95, required modernization to JAVA. SANDIA, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Lockheed Martin, contracted with TSRI for the use of its JANUS Studio® to complete the code transformation in a secure facility.
- Customer & Integrator: Sandia Labs
- Source & Target Language: Classified and Un-Classified Fortran to Java
- Lines of Code: 156,200
- Duration: 5 months
- Services: Automated Modernization, Knowledge Transfer, Engineering Support
TriGeo Network Security, Inc. awarded a sole-source contract to TSRI for documentation and Refactoring of TriGeo’s primary product offering. This "Roundtripping" process involves taking in a client's code, applying pattern-based refactorings to change and improve the code without changing the functional equivalency of the application.
- Customer & Integrator: TriGeo Network Security
- Source & Target Language: Java Refactoring
- Lines of Code: 370,000
- Duration: 6 months
- Services: Legacy “As-Is” Documentation, Automated Refactoring, Additional Customized Refactoring, Final “To-Be” Documentation
Northrop Grumman Mission Systems was tasked with the modernization the Mission Planning Enterprise Contract (MPEC)-related Autorouter. This system was written principally in legacy FORTRAN code. Northrop Grumman contracted TSRI to employ their automated modernization processes in this task, which also included the removal of dead and duplicate code, and the automated production of bridge documentation.
Customer: Northrop Grumman
Source & Target Language: Fortran to C#
Lines of Code: 125,000
Duration: 6 months
Services: Code Transformation of Multiple Legacy Languages, Automated Refactoring, Installation and Testing Support, Transformation Blueprint®
MILSTAR (Military Strategic & Tactical Relay) is the tactical and strategic multiservice satellite system designed to provide survivable communications for U.S. forces worldwide. The system needed to achieve higher data-rate modes than the low and medium-data-rate modes of the older generation MILSTAR satellites which were written in J3 JOVIAL software technology. This required the JOVIAL code to be modernized, which enabled the system's operation on newer hardware with simplified maintenance.
Customer: US Air Force & Northrop Grumman (Formerly TRW)
Source & Target Language: Jovial to C++
Lines of Code: 143,000
Duration: 1 Month
Services: Code Assessment, Automated Code Transformation, Automated "As-Is” Documentation, Use of JANUS Studio® Toolset, Transformation Blueprint®