Algebraic System Specification and Development: A Survey and Annotated Bibliography
M. Bidoit (et.al), Hans-Jörg Kreowski, Pierre Lescanne, Fernando Orejas, Donald Sannella
Springer Science & Business Media, 1991 - 98 lappuses
Methods for the algebraic specification of abstract data types were proposed in the early 1970s in the USA and Canada and became a major research issue in Europe shortly afterwards. Since then the algebraic approach has come to play a central role in research on formal specification and development, as its range of applications was extended to the specification of complete software systems, to the formal description of the program development process, and to the uniform definition of syntax and semantics of programming languages. Today this approach extends beyond just software to the development of integrated hardware and software systems. These flourishing activities in the area of algebraic specifications have led to an abundance of approaches, theories and concepts, which have universal algebra, category theory and logic as a common mathematical basis. This volume is an annotated bibliography which provides an up-to-date overview of past and present work on algebraic specification. No attempt is made to provide a coherent introduction to the topic for beginners; the intention is rather to provide a guide to the current literature for researchers in algebraic specification and neighboring fields. Some indications of how the different approaches are related are included, together with some ideas concerning possible future directions.
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abstract data types algebraic specifications algorithms allow Applications approach aspects automatic axioms basic Broy Colloq combined completion components Computer Science concepts concurrent conditional Conf considered constraints construction correctness deal Deduction defined definition described Ehrig equational error example exception existing expressive extended formal Foundations framework functions given Goguen handling higher-order idea implementation important initial institution Intl introduced logic Mathematical methods models modular module notion object-oriented operations order-sorted parameterized partial particular possible powerful Practice problem Proc Proceedings program development programming languages proof properties provides Recent refinement relation Report requirements rewriting systems rules semantics software development sorts specification language Springer LNCS step structuring studied Symp Technical techniques term rewriting termination testing theorem proving Theoretical Computer theory tion Topics transformation unification Universitat values various Wirsing Workshop
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