Algebraic Methodology and Software Technology: 5th International Conference, AMAST '96 Munich, Germany, July 1996. Proceedings / Edition 1

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Overview

This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Algebraic Methodology and Software Technology, AMAST '96, held in Munich, Germany, in July 1996.
The book presents 25 revised full papers selected from a total of 67 submissions and 23 system demonstrations; also included are six invited talks and six invited presentations of the AMAST Education Day on industrial applications of formal methods. The full papers are organized in topical sections on theorem proving, algebraic specification, concurrent and reactive systems, program verification, logic programming and term rewriting, and algebraic and logical foundations.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9783540614630
  • Publisher: Springer Berlin Heidelberg
  • Publication date: 6/19/1996
  • Series: Lecture Notes in Computer Science Series , #1101
  • Edition description: 1996
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 647
  • Product dimensions: 9.21 (w) x 6.14 (h) x 1.39 (d)

Table of Contents

Two industrial trials of formal specification.- Industrial applications of ASF+SDF.- The embedded software of an electricity meter: An experience in using formal methods in an industrial project.- Applying research results in the industrial environment: The case of the TRIO specification language.- Using heterogeneous formal methods in distributed software engineering education.- Introducing formal methods to software engineers through OMG's CORBA environment and interface definition language.- Toward a classification approach to design.- Semantic foundations for embedding HOL in Nuprl.- Free variable tableaux for a many sorted logic with preorders.- Automating induction over mutually recursive functions.- Pushouts of order-sorted algebraic specifications.- A formal framework for modules with state.- Object-oriented implementation of abstract data type specifications.- On the completeness of the equations for the Kleene star in bisimulation.- An equational axiomatization of observation congruence for prefix iteration.- Finite axiom systems for testing preorder and De Simone process languages.- Constructive semantics of Esterel: From theory to practice (abstract).- Using ghost variables to prove refinement.- Tracing the origins of verification conditions.- Preprocessing for invariant validation.- Formal verification of Signal programs: Application to a power transformer station controller.- The discrete time toolbus.- A study on the specification and verification of performance properties.- Symbolic bisimulation for timed processes.- Approximative analysis by process algebra with graded spatial actions.- Boolean formalism and explanations.- Proving existential termination of normal logic programs.- Programming in Lygon: An overview.- Some characteristics of strong innermost normalization.- On the emergence of properties in component-based systems.- Algebraic view specification.- Towards heterogeneous formal specifications.- A categorical characterization of consistency results.- Algebraic specification of reactive systems.- A model for mobile point-to-point data-flow networks without channel sharing.- Coalgebraic specifications and models of deterministic hybrid systems.- A bounded retransmission prool for large data packets.- SPECWARE: An advanced environment for the formal development of complex software systems.- Asspegique+ an integrated specification environment providing inter-operability of tools.- Towards integrating algebraic specification and functional programming: the Opal system.- InterACT: An interactive theorem prover for algebraic specifications.- A new proof-manager and graphic interface for the Larch Prover.- TERSE: A visual environment for supporting analysis, verification and transformation of term rewriting systems.- The ToolBus coordination architecture.- ASD: The action semantic description tools.- Using occurrrence and evolving algebras for the specification of language-based programming tools.- ECHIDNA: A system for manipulating explicit choice higher dimensional automata.- Verification using PEP.- The Fc2tools set.- Programming in Lygon: A system demonstration.- CtCoq: A system presentation.- The Typelab specification and verification environment.- Incremental formalization.- Proplane: A specification development environment.- A logic-based technology to mechanize software components reuse.- TkGofer: A functional GUI library.- ALPHA — A class library for a metamodel based on algebraic graph theory.- Resolution of goals with the functional and logic programming language LPG: Impact of abstract interpretation.- Combining reductions and computations in ReDuX.- Conditional directed narrowing.

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