Graduate text in formal methods in computer science.
- Cambridge University Press
- Publication date:
- Cambridge Tracts in Theoretical Computer Science Series
- Product dimensions:
- 6.85(w) x 9.72(h) x 1.14(d)
Table of Contents
Part I. Theory: 1. Introduction to data refinement; 2. Simulation as a proof method for data refinement; 3. Relations and recursion; 4. Properties of simulation; 5. Notation and semantics; 6. A Hoare logic; 7. Simulation and Hoare logic; 8. An extension to total correctness; 9. Simulation and total correctness; 10. Refinement calculus; Part II. Applications: 11. Reynolds' method; 12. VDM; 13. Z, Hehner's method and Back's refinement calculus; 14. Refinement methods due to Abadi & Lamport and Lynch. Appendix A. An introduction to Hoare logic; Appendix B. A primer on ordinals and transfinite induction; Appendix C. Notational convention; Appendix D. Precedences; Bibliography; Index.
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