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ZB 2005: Formal Specification and Development in Z and B [electronic resource] :4th International Conference of B and Z Users, Guildford, UK, April 13-15, 2005. Proceedings /

Contributor(s): Treharne, Helen [editor.] | King, Steve [editor.] | Henson, Martin [editor.] | Schneider, Steve [editor.] | SpringerLink (Online service).
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Lecture Notes in Computer Science: 3455Publisher: Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2005.Description: XVI, 496 p. online resource.Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783540320074.Subject(s): Computer science | Software engineering | Computers | Computer logic | Mathematical logic | Computer Science | Theory of Computation | Software Engineering | Logics and Meanings of Programs | Mathematical Logic and Formal LanguagesOnline resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
Specification Before Satisfaction: The Case for Research into Obtaining the Right Specification —Extended Abstract— -- Visualising Larger State Spaces in Pro B -- Non-atomic Refinement in Z and CSP -- Process Refinement in B -- CZT: A Framework for Z Tools -- Model Checking Z Specifications Using SAL -- Proving Properties of Stateflow Models Using ISO Standard Z and CADiZ -- A Stepwise Development of the Peterson’s Mutual Exclusion Algorithm Using B Abstract Systems -- An Extension of Event B for Developing Grid Systems -- The Challenge of Probabilistic Event B—Extended Abstract— -- Requirements as Conjectures: Intuitive DVD Menu Navigation -- A Prospective-Value Semantics for the GSL -- Retrenchment and the B-Toolkit -- Refinement and Reachability in Event_B -- A Rigorous Foundation for Pattern-Based Design Models -- An Object-Oriented Structuring for Z Based on Views -- Component Reuse in B Using ACL2 -- GeneSyst: A Tool to Reason About Behavioral Aspects of B Event Specifications. Application to Security Properties -- Formal Verification of a Type Flaw Attack on a Security Protocol Using Object-Z -- Using B as a High Level Programming Language in an Industrial Project: Roissy VAL -- Development via Refinement in Probabilistic B — Foundation and Case Study -- Formal Program Development with Approximations -- Practical Data Refinement for the Z Schema Calculus -- Slicing Object-Z Specifications for Verification -- Checking JML Specifications with B Machines -- Including Design Guidelines in the Formal Specification of Interfaces in Z -- Some Guidelines for Formal Development of Web-Based Applications in B-Method.
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Specification Before Satisfaction: The Case for Research into Obtaining the Right Specification —Extended Abstract— -- Visualising Larger State Spaces in Pro B -- Non-atomic Refinement in Z and CSP -- Process Refinement in B -- CZT: A Framework for Z Tools -- Model Checking Z Specifications Using SAL -- Proving Properties of Stateflow Models Using ISO Standard Z and CADiZ -- A Stepwise Development of the Peterson’s Mutual Exclusion Algorithm Using B Abstract Systems -- An Extension of Event B for Developing Grid Systems -- The Challenge of Probabilistic Event B—Extended Abstract— -- Requirements as Conjectures: Intuitive DVD Menu Navigation -- A Prospective-Value Semantics for the GSL -- Retrenchment and the B-Toolkit -- Refinement and Reachability in Event_B -- A Rigorous Foundation for Pattern-Based Design Models -- An Object-Oriented Structuring for Z Based on Views -- Component Reuse in B Using ACL2 -- GeneSyst: A Tool to Reason About Behavioral Aspects of B Event Specifications. Application to Security Properties -- Formal Verification of a Type Flaw Attack on a Security Protocol Using Object-Z -- Using B as a High Level Programming Language in an Industrial Project: Roissy VAL -- Development via Refinement in Probabilistic B — Foundation and Case Study -- Formal Program Development with Approximations -- Practical Data Refinement for the Z Schema Calculus -- Slicing Object-Z Specifications for Verification -- Checking JML Specifications with B Machines -- Including Design Guidelines in the Formal Specification of Interfaces in Z -- Some Guidelines for Formal Development of Web-Based Applications in B-Method.

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