Software specification methods: an overview using a case study

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Springer, 2001 - Computers - 282 pages
Software Specification Methods provides the formal methods practitioner with a survey of the key software specification methods. Each technique is demonstrated using the same case study, an invoicing system, to enable the reader to compare and contrast easily. Among the techniques covered are: UML; Z; SAZ; B; JSD; OMT; VHDL; Estelle; SDL; LOTOS. This book is intended for industrial and commercial practitioners who need to expand their knowledge of software specification methods. This book provides a basic overview of the main methods, with a practical focus which allows readers to apply their knowledge to real-life situations.

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A Formal Specification Notation
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SSADM Version 4 and
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A ModelBased Method Using Generalised
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