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Algebraic Methodology and Software Technology: 7th International Conference, AMAST'98, Amazonia, Brazil, January 4-8, 1999, Proceedings / Edition 1

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Overview

This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Algebraic Methodology and Software Technology, AMAST'98, held in Amazonia, Brazil in January 1999.
The 29 revised full papers presented were carefully selected from a total of 80 submissions. Also included are extended abstracts of six invited survey talks and three system descriptions. The papers span the whole range of algebraic methods in software engineering. Among the topics addressed are algebraic semantics, algebraic specification, model checking, logics for real-time and reactive systems, modal logics, term rewriting, formal verification, process algebras, type systems, etc.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9783540654629
  • Publisher: Springer Berlin Heidelberg
  • Publication date: 12/28/1998
  • Series: Lecture Notes in Computer Science Series , #1548
  • Edition description: 1999
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 540
  • Product dimensions: 9.21 (w) x 6.14 (h) x 1.12 (d)

Table of Contents

Table of Contents In these Proceedings, the invited talks are grouped into a separate corpus. Papers are loosely grouped by theme, as were the presentation sessions. Because of these weak groupings, to give names to the sessions would have been misleading. Invited Talks (Extended Abstracts) Duration Calculus, a Logical Approach to Real-Time Systems Zhou Chaochen Abstract Algebraic Logic Don Pigozzi Systematising Reactive System Design Thomas S.E. Maibaum, Pauline Kan, and Kevin Lano Systematic Design of Call-Coverage Features Pamela Zave Visual Abstractions for Temporal Verification Zohar Manna, Anca Browne, Henny B. Sipma, and Tom s E. Uribe A Linear Metalanguage for Concurrency Glynn Winskel Presentations Session 1 Verification of Bounded Delay Asynchronous Circuits with Timed Traces Tomohiro Yoneda, Bin Zhou, and Bernd-Holger Schlingloff Verification of Temporal Properties of Processes in a Setting with Data Jan Friso Groote and Radu Mateescu A Logic for Real-Time Systems Specification, Its Algebraic Semantics, and Equational Calculus Gabriel A. Baum, Marcelo F. Frias, and Thomas S.E. Maibaum Effective Recognizability and Model Checking of Reactive Fiffo Automata Gregoire Sutre, Alain Finkel, Olivier Roux, and Franck Cassez Combining Methods for the Livelock Analysis of a Fault-Tolerant System Bettina Buth, Jan Peleska, and Hui Shi Session 2 Separating Sets by Modal Formulas Bernhard Heinemann Interpolation in Modal Logic Maarten Marx Building Models of Linear Logic Valeria de Paiva and Andrea Schalk Term Rewriting in a Logic of Special Relations W. Marco Schorlemmer Abstraction Barriers in Equational Proof Jo Erskine Hannay Session 3 A Synergy Between Model-Checking and Type Inference for the Verification of Value-Passing Higher-Order Processes Mourad Debbabi, Abdelkader Benzakour, and Bechir Ktari A Trace-Based Refinement Calculus for Shared-Variable Parallel Programs Juergen Dingel Consistency of Partial Process Specifications Maarteen Steen, John Derrick, Eerke Boiten, and Howard Bowman Obervational Logic Rolf Hennicker and Michel Bidoit Scheduling Algebra Rob van Glabbeek and Peter Rittgen Session 4 Algebraic Semantics of Coordination or What Is in a Signature? Jose Luiz Fiadeiro and Antnia Lopes An Algebraic Approach to Combining Processes in a Hardware/Software Partitioning Environment Leila Silva, Augusto Sampaio, Edna Barros, and Juliano Iyoda An Algebraic View of Program Composition Pietro Cenciarelli Architectural Specifications in CASL Michel Bidoit, Donald Sannella, and Andrezej Tarlecki Pi-Congruences as CCS Equivalences Paola Quaglia Session 5 Algebraic Specifications, Higher-Order Types, and Set-Theoretic Models Helene Kirchner and Peter D. Mosses Type Analysis for CHIP Wlodzimierz Drabent and Pawel Pietrzak Categorical Programming with Abstract Data Types Martin Erwig Condensing Lemmas for Pure Type Systems with Universes Blas C. Ruiz Jimenez Improving Computations in a Typed Functional Logic Language Jess Manuel Almendros-Jimenez Session 6 Abstract Interpretation of Prolog Programs Fausto Spoto and Giorgio Levi Factorizing Equivalent Variable Pairs in ROBDD-Based Implementation of Pos Robert Bagnara and Peter Schachte A Single Perspective on Arrows between Institutions Alfio Martini and Uwe Wolter On Oracles for Interpreting Test Results against Algebraic Specifications Patricia D. L. Machado Systems and Tool Demonstrations RECOPLA: An Extendible Graphic Meta-Editor Zoltan Gassmann, Luis Mandel, and Roshan Sembacuttiaratchy The State of PEP Bernd Grahlmann The ABACO System - An Algebraic Based Action COmpiler Hermano Perrelli de Moura and Luis Carlos de Sousa Menezes Author Index

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