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Formal Methods in Programming and Their Applications

International Conference, Academgorodok, Novosibirsk, Russia, June 28 - July 2, 1993. Proceedings

Bjørner, Dines, Broy, Manfred, Pottosin, Igor V. (Eds.)

1993, IX, 438 p.

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This volume comprises the papers selected for presentation at the international conference on Formal Methods in Programming and Their Applications, held in Academgorodok, Novosibirsk, Russia, June-July 1993. The conference was organized by the Institute of Informatics Systems of the Siberian Division of the Russian Academy of Sciences and was the first forum organized by the Institute which was entirely dedicated to formal methods. The main scientific tracks of the conference were centered around formal methods of program development and program construction. The papers in the book are grouped into the following parts: - formal semantics methods - algebraic specification methods - semantic program analysis and abstract interpretation - semantics of parallelism - logic of programs - software specification and verification - transformational development and program synthesis.

Content Level » Research

Keywords » Formale Methoden - Programmieren - Programmlogik - Programmsemantik - Programmspezifikation - algorithms - communication - formal method - formal methods - logic of programs - program semantics - program specification - programming - semantics - verification

Related subjects » Software Engineering - Theoretical Computer Science

Table of contents 

Theory of domains and nearby.- Predicative programming — A survey.- A three-valued logic for refinement.- A compositional semantics of combining forms for gamma programs.- Algebraic properties of loop invariants.- An approach to parameterized first-order specifications: Semantics, correctness, parameter passing.- Algebraic modelling of imperative languages with pointers.- Galois connection based abstract interpretations for strictness analysis.- Efficient chaotic iteration strategies with widenings.- Semantic analysis of interval congruences.- Polymorphic typing for call-by-name semantics.- Logic program testing based on abstract interpretation.- Analysis of some semantic properties for programs of the applicative language AL.- Communication as unification in process algebras: Operational semantics.- Functional development of massively parallel programs.- Observing some properties of event structures.- The other linear logic.- Duration Calculi: An overview.- A unique formalism for specifying and designing objects in a parallel environment.- On the smooth calculation of relational recursive expressions out of first-order non-constructive specifications involving quantifiers.- Saturation replaces induction for a miniscoped linear temporal logic.- A formal approach to requirements engineering.- A two-phase approach to reverse engineering using formal methods.- Algebraically provable specification of optimized compilations.- Formal derivation of an error-detecting distributed data scheduler using Changeling.- REAL92: A combined specification language for real-time concurrent systems and properties.- Algebraic calculation of graph and sorting algorithms.- Automatical synthesis of programs with recursions.- Parsing in Isbes.

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