3 edition of BCS-FACS 7th Refinement Workshop found in the catalog.
|Statement||He Jifeng, John Cooke, and Peter Wallis (eds.).|
|Series||Electronic workshops in computing|
|Contributions||Cooke, John, 1947-, Jifeng, He, 1943-, Wallis, Peter J. L., British Computer Society.|
|LC Classifications||QA76.76.D47 R44 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 8 p.|
Electronic Notes in Theoretical Computer Science: Proceedings of the BCS-FACS Refinement Workshop (REFINE ) (). Edited by Boiten, E., Derrick J. and Smith, Graeme Paul. BCS-FACS Refinement Workshop (REFINE ), 2 July , Oxford, England. (Keynote talk and paper) 7th BCS-FACS Refinement Workshop, Bath, UK, July Festschrift in honour of Prof. Dov Gabbay on his 60th birthday, (Invited tutorial) Workshop on Interval Temporal Logics and Duration Calculi, 15th European Summer School in Logic Language and Information (ESSLLI ), Vienna, Austria, Aug
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The main theme of the BCS-FACS 7th Refinement Workshop, held in Bath, 3 - 5 Julywas the use of refinement techniques to provide theoretical foundations for reliable systems design. The papers cover both practical and theoretical issues involved in developing real-time : Paperback. Get this from a library.
BCS-FACS 7th Refinement Workshop: proceedings of the BCS-FACS 7th Refinement Workshop, Bath, July [Jifeng He; John Cooke; Peter J. The Sixth Refinement Workshop took place at City University in London from 5th to 7th January The present volume includes all of the papers which were submitted and accepted for presentation, together with two papers by invited speakers.
The workshops in the series have generally occurred at. Get this from a library. 5th Refinement Workshop: proceedings of the 5th Refinement Workshop, organized by BCS-FACS, London, January [Roger C F Shaw; C B Jones; Tim Denvir; British Computer Society.;].
Chaochen, Z & Hansen, MRChopping a Point. in BCS-FACS 7th RefinementWorkshop. Springer Verlag, London, BSC-FACS 7th Refinement Workshop, Bath, 01/01/ Chopping a by: Jifeng He is the author of Advances in Computing Science - Asian ( avg rating, 0 ratings, 0 reviews, published ), BCS-FACS 7th Refinement Wor.
Fidge CJ () Modelling program compilation in the refinement calculus. In: Duke DJ, Evans AS (eds) 2nd BCS-FACS northern formal methods workshop, Electronic workshops in computing. The Sixth Refinement Workshop took place at City University in London from 5th to 7th January The present volume includes all of the papers which were submitted and accepted for presentation, together with two papers by invited speakers.
FACS FACTS Issue March 2 About FACS FACTS FACS FACTS (ISSN: The FACS AGM was held in the Headquarters of the BCS in London on 7th December The Chair’s report to the AGM by Jonathan Bowen is The group also supported the BCS-FACS Refinement Workshop on 22 Juneco-located with the FM Symposium in Oslo, Norway.
C. Morgan. Proof rules for probabilistic loops. In He Jifeng, John Cooke, and Peter Wallis, editors, Proceedings of the BCS-FACS 7th Refinement Workshop, Workshops in Computing. Springer Verlag, July Google ScholarCited by: Peter Wallis is the author of Articles of Twinship ( avg rating, 4 ratings, 2 reviews), Wilkinson's Road Traffic Offences ( avg rating, 1 rating, /5.
Refinement is the process of developing a more detailed design or implementation from an abstract specification through a sequence of mathematically-based steps that maintain correctness with respect to the original specification.
The aim of this BCS FACS refinement workshop is to bring together people who are interested in theFile Size: 74KB. BCS-F ACS 7th Reﬁnement W orkshop 4 Interpreting Nondeterminism in the Reﬁnement Calculus e (we will later use x as a value for which the square root is computed and e as the precision).
Denis Roegel: Separating Algorithm and Implementation in Refinement of Parallel Program Specifications, Proceedings of the BCS-FACS 7th Refinement Workshop Theory and Practice of System Design, July, Bath, England.
in Proc BCS-FACS 7th Refinement Workshop, He Jifeng and John Cooke and Peter Wallis (Ed.), Workshops in Computing, Springer () See also Chapter 2&7, Appendices B.2,B McIver Probabilistic Predicate Transformers: Part 2 A.
McIver and C. Morgan PRG Technical Report PRG-TR Oxford University () See also Appendix B The refinement calculus provides a theory for the stepwise refinement of programs and this theory has been formalised in HOL.
TkWinHOL is a powerful graphical user interface (GUI) that can be used to drive the HOL window by: A Stepwise Development of the Peterson’s Mutual Exclusion Algorithm Using B Abstract Systems J the construction of Peterson’s mutual exclusion algorithm by refinement from an earlier abstract version.
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