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Stepwise Refinement of Distributed Systems: Models, Formalisms, Correctness

J. W. De Bakker

Stepwise Refinement of Distributed Systems: Models, Formalisms, Correctness

Proceedings (Lecture Notes in Computer Science)

by J. W. De Bakker

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Published by Springer .
Written in English


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ContributionsG. Rozenberg (Editor)
The Physical Object
Number of Pages808
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Open LibraryOL7446464M
ISBN 100387525599
ISBN 109780387525594

FenixEdu™ is an open-source academic information platform. Google Scholar profile. ISI ResearcherID C OrcID Also appeared as SRC Research Report A preliminary version appeared in Stepwise Refinement of Distributed Systems, J. W. de Bakker, W.-P. de Roever, and G. Rozenberg editors, Springer-Verlag Lecture Notes in Computer Science Volume (), Postscript - Compressed Postscript - PDF.

@article{osti_, title = {Proving refinement transformations using extended denotational semantics}, author = {Winter, V L and Boyle, J M}, abstractNote = {TAMPR is a fully automatic transformation system based on syntactic rewrites. Our approach in a correctness proof is to map the transformation into an axiomatized mathematical domain where formal (and automated) . Stepwise Refinement Top-down vs. Bottom-up Design Object-oriented Design Handling Anomalies A Case Study in Design Concurrent Software Shared Data Real-tune Software Distributed Software

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