Aichernig, Bernhard K., de Boer, Frank S., Bonsangue, Marcello M. (Eds.)
2012, VII, 393p. 145 illus..
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The focus in development methodologies of large and complex software systems has switched in the last two decades from functional issues to structural issues; this holds for both the object-oriented and the more recent component-based software engineering paradigms. Formal methods have been applied successfully to the verification of medium-sized programs in protocol and hardware design for quite a long time. However, their application to the development of large systems requires more emphasis on specification, modeling and validation techniques supporting the concepts of reusability and modifiability, and their implementation in new extensions of existing programming languages like Java. This state-of-the-art survey presents the outcome of the 9th Symposium on Formal Methods for Components and Objects, held in Graz, Austria, in November/December 2010. The volume contains 20 revised contributions submitted after the symposium by speakers from each of the following European IST projects: the FP7-IST project AVANTSSAR on automated validation of trust and security of service-oriented architectures; the FP7-IST project DEPLOY on industrial deployment of advanced system engineering methods for high productivity and dependability; the ESF-COST Action IC0701 on formal verification of object-oriented software; the FP7-IST project HATS on highly adaptable and trustworthy software using formal models; the FP7-SST project INESS on an integrated European railway signalling system; the FP7-IST project MADES on a model-driven approach to improve the current practice in the development of embedded systems; the FP7-IST project MOGENTES on model-based generation of tests for dependable embedded systems; as well as the FP7-IST project MULTIFORM on integrated multi-formalism tool support for the design of networked embedded control systems.
Content Level »Research
Keywords »distributed systems - event-B - fault injection - model checking - software verification
ASLan++ — A formal security specification language for distributed Systems.- Orchestration under Security Constraints.- Customizing protocol specifications for detecting resource exhaustion and guessing attacks.- ving the Usability of Specification Languages and Methods for Annotation-based Verification.- Program Specialization Via a Software Verification Tool.- Model–Based Analysis Tools for Component Synthesis.- Shared Event Composition/Decomposition in Event-B.- ABS: A Core Language for Abstract Behavioral Specification.- A Component Model for the ABS Language.- Compositional Algorithmic Verification of Software Product Lines.- Variability Modelling in the ABS Language.- Automated Verification of Executable UML Models.- Verification of UML models by translation to UML-B.- Towards the UML-based Formal Verification of Timed Systems.- Generic Fault Modelling for Fault Injection.- Tightening Test Coverage Metrics:A Case Study in Equivalence Checking using k-Induction.- The Hierarchical Compositional Interchange Format.- Application of Model-Checking Technology to Controller Synthesis.- Testing Real-time Systems under Uncertainty.- Model-Checking and Simulation for Stochastic Timed Systems.