Issue No. 06 - June (1975 vol. 8)
Much has been written describing structured programming (SP) technologies, but little has been written concerning measurable results from using those technologies to deliver programs within cost, time, and performance constraints. SP technologies have been applied to large-scale real-time program development, analyzed, and further developed at Hughes since 1971. As new software projects are started, the respective managers must state which of the technologies will and will not be used. The use of the applied techniques is then monitored to determine benefits and problems and to define useful modifications to the technologies.
G. Katkus, "Applying Structured Programming to Command, Control, and Communication Software Development," in Computer, vol. 8, no. , pp. 43-47, 1975.