Algebraic Specification Techniques and Tools for Software Development: The Act Approach (AMAST Series in Computing 1)
By: Werner Fey (author), Hartmut Ehrig (author), Ingo Claben (author)Hardback
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The intention of this book is to show how algebraic specification methods can be used for software development to support reliability, modifiability and reusability. These methods are introduced by parameterized and module specifications through practical examples and case studies using algebraic specification languages and tools developed at TU Berlin.
Algebraic specfication as formal method for software development; ACT one - a language for parameterized specification; ACT two - a language for module specification; the ACT environment. Appendix: algebraic concepts and operational semantics.
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