Abstract State Machines, Alloy, B, VDM, and Z: Third by Egon Börger, Antonio Cisternino, Vincenzo Gervasi (auth.),

By Egon Börger, Antonio Cisternino, Vincenzo Gervasi (auth.), John Derrick, John Fitzgerald, Stefania Gnesi, Sarfraz Khurshid, Michael Leuschel, Steve Reeves, Elvinia Riccobene (eds.)

This booklet constitutes the complaints of the 3rd foreign convention on summary kingdom Machines, B, VDM, and Z, which came about in Pisa, Italy, in June 2012. The 20 complete papers offered including 2 invited talks and thirteen brief papers have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from fifty nine submissions. The ABZ convention sequence is devoted to the cross-fertilization of 5 similar state-based and machine-based formal tools: summary country Machines (ASM), Alloy, B, VDM, and Z. They proportion a standard conceptual starting place and are common in either academia and for the layout and research of and software program platforms. the most objective of this convention sequence is to give a contribution to the combination of those formal equipment, clarifying their commonalities and changes to higher know how to mix assorted ways for attaining many of the projects in modeling, experimental validation and mathematical verification of trustworthy top of the range hardware/software systems.

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C0 −−→ c0 c0 ; c1 −−→ c0 ; c1 2 Handling the semantics of rely-guarantee was our initial motivation for exploring the multi-step approach for specifications. 1 (I-Parallel-Step-Left). c0 −−→ c0 c1 −→ c1 c0 9 c1 −−→ c0 ∈ | c1 Aliasing The syntax (x == y • c) introduces a new name x as an alias for y for the execution of c. In the integrated style the semantics of aliasing is easily handled by replacing any occurrences of x in a label with y, thus any tests or updates of x become tests or updates of y.

Inform. 60(1-4), 17–31 (2004) 11. : Modular structural operational semantics. J. Log. Algebr. Program. 60-61, 195–228 (2004) 12. : A Sound Semantics for OCamllight . In: Drossopoulou, S. ) ESOP 2008. LNCS, vol. 4960, pp. 1–15. Springer, Heidelberg (2008) 13. : A structural approach to operational semantics. J. Log. Algebr. Program. 60-61, 17–139 (2004) Test Generation for Sequential Nets of Abstract State Machines Paolo Arcaini1 , Francesco Bolis2 , and Angelo Gargantini2 1 2 Dip. it Dip. di Ing.

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