By N. W. P. van Diepen, H. A. Partsch (auth.), J. A. Bergstra, L. M. G. Feijs (eds.)
The right remedy and selection of the fundamental facts constructions is a vital and intricate half within the means of application development. Algebraic tools offer recommendations for facts abstraction and the established specification, validation and research of information buildings. This quantity originates from a workshop equipped inside of ESPRIT undertaking 432 METEOR, An built-in Formal method of commercial software program improvement, held in Mierlo, The Netherlands, September 1989. the amount contains 5 invited contributions according to workshop talks given through A. Finkelstein, P. Klint, C.A. Middelburg, E.-R. Olderog, and H.A. Partsch. Ten additional papers by means of individuals of the METEOR staff are in line with talks given on the workshop. The workshop was once a successor to an previous one held in Passau, Germany, June 1987, the lawsuits of that have been released as Lecture Notes in desktop technology, Vol. 394.
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In this view the permitted sequences of operation executions, which do not damage the internal consistency of an object, are described. This specification is done by path expressions using an interpretation for modular systems. Both the two views above consider the execution of operations. In the early stages and/or when analysing a CEM specification it is important to consider the execution invariant properties of operations. By abstracting away from execution one gets a system description which states only the effects of an operation execution.
A method is a set of ViewPoint templates and their relationships, together with actions governing their construction and consistency. 44 An Outline of a Simple Example To understand what this means in practice let us look at a small example in which we outline a fragmentary ViewPoint configuration. Our example is based on a small library system, details of which we will introduce as it becomes relevant. Our configuration consists of three ViewPoints LDS (library desk, state transition analysis), LDDF (library desk, data flow analysis) and US (library user, state transition analysis).
Algebraic Methods II: Theory, Tools and Applications by N. W. P. van Diepen, H. A. Partsch (auth.), J. A. Bergstra, L. M. G. Feijs (eds.)