By Roland Backhouse (auth.), Charles Rattray, Savitri Maharaj, Carron Shankland (eds.)
This publication constitutes the refereed complaints of the tenth overseas convention on Algebraic method and software program expertise, AMAST 2004, held in Stirling, Scotland, united kingdom in July 2004.
The 35 revised complete papers awarded including abstracts of five invited talks and an invited paper have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from sixty three submissions. one of the issues lined are all present concerns in formal equipment with regards to algebraic techniques to software program engineering together with summary information varieties, technique algebras, algebraic specification, version checking, abstraction, refinement, version checking, nation machines, rewriting, Kleene algebra, programming common sense, and so forth.
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Namely, you cannot use modelchecking techniques to prove results about about inﬁnite families of about networks of arbitrary size: this is the parameterised model checking problem (PMCP) which is, in general undecidable . But in some subclasses of systems PMCP is decidable. We consider two interesting subclasses: proving indexed safety properties by abstraction, and unindexed liveness properties by induction. The latter is suitable when the individual processes degenerate. In both cases we develop some general techniques for state based speciﬁcation with asynchronous communication, and then illustrate the techniques with a number of examples using the speciﬁcation language Promela and the model-checker Spin.
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