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This graduate-level text provides a one semester introduction to program specification. Readers are assumed to have a working knowledge of software engineering and basic discrete mathematics, but otherwise this may be their first encounter with formal specification. It is based on graduate courses and courses offered to professionals working in the software industry. The authors emphasize the need for formal abstraction in specification and the advantages it confers upon the software process. In addition, the book covers all three major specification languages: Larch, VDM, and Z. Consequently, readers will be able to select a formal method that best suits their needs and application. The first part of the book discusses specification in general and the abstraction process. Next come chapters on the mathematical tools required. Thirdly, the authors devote a chapter each to the main formal methods with a significant example of the use of each discussed.
|Statement||by V. S. Alagar, K. Periyasamy|
|Series||Graduate Texts in Computer Science, Graduate texts in computer science|
|The Physical Object|
|Format||[electronic resource] /|
|Pagination||1 online resource (xx, 422 p.)|
|Number of Pages||422|
|ISBN 10||1475729227, 1475729200|
|ISBN 10||9781475729221, 9781475729207|
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This book addresses a widespread dilemma in the world of computer based technology, which is the lack of formal specification of software systems. This problem, for a long time, dragged the industry into the struggle of exhausting labor and paying the increasingly high cost of 5/5(4).
“This software engineering book introduces software Specification of Software Systems book. It presents basic mathematics typically used in formal methods and describes various existing formal specification languages and methods.
It also demonstrates how to write specifications using examples taken from real-life software systems. Software engineers now have several case studies to learn from, and are able to choose from a large selection of languages and methods, with a rich repertoire of appropriate concepts for their intended applications.
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This extensively revised and updated new edition of Specification of Software Systems builds upon the original focus on software specification with added emphasis on the practice of formal methods for specification and verification activities for different types of software systems and at different stages of developing software systems.
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The book introduces several formal specification techniques and illustrates the expressive power of each technique with a number of examples.
General Characteristics Traditional textbooks on software engineering discuss the Specification of Software Systems book and chal lenges that lie on the path from requirements analysis to implementation of a software : Springer-Verlag New York. Specification of Software Systems book This book addresses a widespread dilemma in the world of computer based technology, which is the lack of formal specification of software systems.
This problem, for a long time, dragged the industry into the struggle of exhausting labor and paying Specification of Software Systems book increasingly high cost of maintenance.5/5.
Recent advances in software specification methods, model checking, and theorem proving have generated new tools for the use of formal methods in both industry and academia.
Yet, in order to choose the techniques most appropriate for a specific application, it is necessary to have a good understanding and expertise in formal methods. Chapter 17 presents the specification language Z with regard to both Specification of Software Systems book, additional properties of Z, and examples.
The next chapter explains the specification language Object Z, and the last chapter describes the B method. A general understanding of Specification of Software Systems book systems is required to understand this book. Revised and updated, Specification of Software Systems builds upon the original focus on software specification with added emphasis on the practice of formal methods for specification and The text covers a wide range of formal specification techniques.
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Specification of Software Systems by V. Alagar,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Get this from a library. Specification of software systems. [Vangalur S Alagar; K Periyasamy] -- This graduate-level text provides an introduction to software specification emphasizing formal methods that are relevant to requirements and design.
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Readers are assumed to have a working knowledge of software engineering and basic discrete mathematics, but otherwise this. This is a textbook on software specification emphasizing formal methods that are relevant to requirements and design stages of software development.
The aim of the book is to teach the fundamental principles of formal methods in the construction of. • Entry Point software that performs the initial analysis of a contactless transaction and invokes appropriate kernel software, and • several kernels, each of which provides processing appropriate to certain contactless transactions.
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This Software Requirements Specification illustrates, in clear terms, the system’s primary uses and required functionality as specified by our Size: 1MB. The Z notation / ˈzɛd / is a formal specification language used for describing and modelling computing systems.
It is targeted at the clear specification of computer programs and computer-based systems in general. 2 Usage and notation.
6 Further reading. InJean-Raymond Abrial published "Data Semantics". He used a notation that would. Architectural specification. In (hardware, software, or enterprise) systems development, an architectural specification is the set of documentation that describes the structure, behavior, and more views of that system.
Program specification. A program specification is the definition of what a computer program is expected to do. It serves as an input to the design specification. As mentioned previously, the SRS serves as the parent document to subsequent documents, such as the software design specification and statement of work.
Therefore, the SRS must contain sufficient detail in the functional system requirements so that a design solution can be devised. The third chapter provides the requirements specification in detailed terms and a description of the different system interfaces.
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“Formal methods is a term used to describe the specification and verification of software systems and software using mathematical logic. There are many books that look at particular methodologies for such systems, for example, this book offers a more balanced introduction for graduate students that describes the various approaches, their strengths and weaknesses.
The software specification phase ends with a stage that verifies that it was correctly realized. To do this, the software’s specification must be verified (consistency, completeness, correctness, etc.) and the software’s overall testing specification should be verified as covering the overall specification of the software.
Extra resources for Specification of Software Systems. Sample text. LISP programs are declarative and consequently may be regarded as specifications. Such specifications, considered as functional programs, are executable.
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Simulation of heterogeneous systems is referred to as co-simulation. A comparison of cosimulation methods is - presented in . SPECIFICATION AND MODELING. Design Specification: An abstract description of the software that serves as a basis for (or describes) detailed design and implementation Describes how the requirements will be achieved.
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Software Specification and Design: An Engineering Approach offers a foundation for rigorously engineered software.The software requirements specification is produced based on system requirements and safety-related requirements. The verification of the software requirement specification can be carried out by means of several activities: − through a more or less formal design review (reviewing, by using control lists, etc.) (see sections and Ebook Software Specification Review (SSR) is conducted for each Computer Software Configuration Item (CSCI) after ebook System Functional Review (SFR), but prior to the initiation of preliminary design for the individual SSR is part of the overall systems engineering process of allocating and formally defining requirements, and must occur after the system/subsystem .