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ZB 2003: Formal Specification and Development in Z and B [electronic resource] :Third International Conference of B and Z Users Turku, Finland, June 4–6, 2003 Proceedings /

Contributor(s): Bert, Didier [editor.] | Bowen, Jonathan P [editor.] | King, Steve [editor.] | Waldén, Marina [editor.] | SpringerLink (Online service).
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Lecture Notes in Computer Science: 2651Publisher: Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2003.Description: XIV, 554 p. online resource.Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783540448808.Subject(s): Computer science | Software engineering | Computer logic | Mathematical logic | Computer Science | Software Engineering/Programming and Operating Systems | Software Engineering | Logics and Meanings of Programs | Mathematical Logic and Formal LanguagesOnline resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
Alloy: A Logical Modelling Language -- An Outline Pattern Language for Z: Five Illustrations and Two Tables -- Patterns to Guide Practical Refactoring: Examples Targetting Promotion in Z -- Reuse of Specification Patterns with the B Method -- Composing Specifications Using Communication -- When Concurrent Control Meets Functional Requirements, or Z + Petri-Nets -- How to Diagnose a Modern Car with a Formal B Model? -- Parallel Hardware Design in B -- Operation Refinement and Monotonicity in the Schema Calculus -- Using Coupled Simulations in Non-atomic Refinement -- An Analysis of Forward Simulation Data Refinement -- B#: Toward a Synthesis between Z and B -- Introducing Backward Refinement into B -- Expression Transformers in B-GSL -- Probabilistic Termination in B -- Probabilistic Invariants for Probabilistic Machines -- Proving Temporal Properties of Z Specifications Using Abstraction -- Compositional Verification for Object-Z -- Timed CSP and Object-Z -- Object Orientation without Extending Z -- Comparison of Formalisation Approaches of UML Class Constructs in Z and Object-Z -- Towards Practical Proofs of Class Correctness -- Automatically Generating Information from a Z Specification to Support the Classification Tree Method -- Refinement Preserves PLTL Properties -- Proving Event Ordering Properties for Information Systems -- ZML: XML Support for Standard Z -- Formal Derivation of Spanning Trees Algorithms -- Using B Refinement to Analyse Compensating Business Processes -- A Formal Specification in B of a Medical Decision Support System -- Extending B with Control Flow Breaks -- Towards Dynamic Population Management of Abstract Machines in the B Method.
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Alloy: A Logical Modelling Language -- An Outline Pattern Language for Z: Five Illustrations and Two Tables -- Patterns to Guide Practical Refactoring: Examples Targetting Promotion in Z -- Reuse of Specification Patterns with the B Method -- Composing Specifications Using Communication -- When Concurrent Control Meets Functional Requirements, or Z + Petri-Nets -- How to Diagnose a Modern Car with a Formal B Model? -- Parallel Hardware Design in B -- Operation Refinement and Monotonicity in the Schema Calculus -- Using Coupled Simulations in Non-atomic Refinement -- An Analysis of Forward Simulation Data Refinement -- B#: Toward a Synthesis between Z and B -- Introducing Backward Refinement into B -- Expression Transformers in B-GSL -- Probabilistic Termination in B -- Probabilistic Invariants for Probabilistic Machines -- Proving Temporal Properties of Z Specifications Using Abstraction -- Compositional Verification for Object-Z -- Timed CSP and Object-Z -- Object Orientation without Extending Z -- Comparison of Formalisation Approaches of UML Class Constructs in Z and Object-Z -- Towards Practical Proofs of Class Correctness -- Automatically Generating Information from a Z Specification to Support the Classification Tree Method -- Refinement Preserves PLTL Properties -- Proving Event Ordering Properties for Information Systems -- ZML: XML Support for Standard Z -- Formal Derivation of Spanning Trees Algorithms -- Using B Refinement to Analyse Compensating Business Processes -- A Formal Specification in B of a Medical Decision Support System -- Extending B with Control Flow Breaks -- Towards Dynamic Population Management of Abstract Machines in the B Method.

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