By N. W. P. van Diepen, H. A. Partsch (auth.), J. A. Bergstra, L. M. G. Feijs (eds.)
The right therapy and selection of the fundamental information constructions is a vital and complicated half within the means of application development. Algebraic tools offer options for info abstraction and the dependent specification, validation and research of information buildings. This quantity originates from a workshop equipped inside of ESPRIT venture 432 METEOR, An built-in Formal method of commercial software program improvement, held in Mierlo, The Netherlands, September 1989. the quantity comprises 5 invited contributions in accordance with workshop talks given via A. Finkelstein, P. Klint, C.A. Middelburg, E.-R. Olderog, and H.A. Partsch. Ten extra papers through individuals of the METEOR workforce are according to talks given on the workshop. The workshop used to be a successor to an previous one held in Passau, Germany, June 1987, the court cases of that have been released as Lecture Notes in laptop technology, Vol. 394.
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The right kind remedy and selection of the elemental information buildings is a vital and complicated half within the technique of application building. Algebraic equipment offer suggestions for information abstraction and the based specification, validation and research of information buildings. This quantity originates from a workshop geared up inside ESPRIT venture 432 METEOR, An built-in Formal method of commercial software program improvement, held in Mierlo, The Netherlands, September 1989.
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Algebraic Methods II: Theory, Tools and Applications by N. W. P. van Diepen, H. A. Partsch (auth.), J. A. Bergstra, L. M. G. Feijs (eds.)