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Systematic software development using VDM

Jones, C. B.

Systematic software development using VDM

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Published by Prentice Hall in New York .
Written in English

  • Computer software -- Development.

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    Includes bibliographical references (p. 321-322) and indexes.

    StatementCliff B. Jones.
    SeriesPrentice Hall international series in computer science
    LC ClassificationsQA76.76.D47 J66 1989
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiv, 333 p. :
    Number of Pages333
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2216527M
    ISBN 100138807337
    LC Control Number89039812

      Systematic software reuse is a promising means to reduce development cycle time and cost, improve software quality, and leverage existing effort by constructing and applying multi-use assets like architectures, patterns, components, and frameworks. Springer-Verlag. ISBN X (); “Systematic Software Development using VDM” (2nd Edition), Prentice Hall International Series in Computer Science, Prentice Hall. ISBN , ; “Case Studies in Systematic Software Development”, with Shaw, R.C.F. (eds.).

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Ledru Y () Specification and Animation of a Bank Transfer using KIDS/VDM, Automated Software Engineering,(), Online publication date: 1-Jan Jacquot J and Quesnot D Early specification of user-interfaces Proceedings of the 19th international conference on Software engineering, ().

Systematic Software Development Using Vdm (Prentice-hall International Series in Computer Science) Subsequent Edition by Cliff B.

Jones (Author) ISBN ISBN Why Systematic software development using VDM book ISBN important. ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book. Format: Paperback. Institution (BSI) work on developing a standard for VDM has been one of the stimuli for this revised edition.

This book teaches a particular systematic approach to software development concen-trating on the stages from specification through design to implementation.

The term for-mal methods embraces formal specification and verified design. A practical guide to software development using DVM, a mathematically based technique for formal specification and correctness reasoning.

This edition uses BSI (draft) standard VDM notation, emphasizes the formal approach to specification and design and explains formal proofs for data types. We also study particular software development approaches based on the actor model, on dynamic sub-classing and on meta-level architectures which could best underpin the rigorous design of.

VDM is used in this book because it has achiev ed a le vel of maturity and acceptance: it has been taught for many years and has been used in a wide variety of applications.

Systematic Software Development Using VDM. Systematic Software Development using VDM. Jones. Systematic Software Development using VDM. Prentice Hall International, Second edition, download book: more books by Jones: Hosted on GitHub Pages — Original theme by orderedlist.

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The aim of this book is to contrib ute to the wider use of formal methods in the speciÞca- Systematic software development using VDM book and design of computer systems.

VDM w as de veloped in an industrial en vironment and is one of the most widely used formal methods. Publication type: Authored Book.

Publication status: Published. Edition: 2nd. Series Title: Prentice Hall International Series in Computer Science. Year: Number of Pages: Publisher: Prentice Hall. Place Published: London. Notes: The publisher (PHI) released the copyright so Cited by: Software Development Using VDM Module Content Outline Annotated Outline I.

Introduction to VDM I. Introduction to VDM 1. Formal Software Development 1. Formal Software Development 2. Origin and Uses of VDM VDM (the Vienna Development Method) is a meth Overview of VDM od for formally developing software.

A number of a. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Jones, C.B. (Cliff B.), Systematic software development using VDM. Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice Hall.

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Studies of Information Processing of Lecture Notes in Computer Science. Springer-Verlag, [Bjo80a] D. Bjorner, editor. Abstract Software Specifications, volume 86 of Lecture Notes in Computer Science.

Springer-Verlag, VDM models •Users need expertise in structuring a formal proof –User completes proofs •Book-keeping and selection of applicable rules.

Constants and Expressions •Symbols –Variables •Collections of values –Cliff B. Jones –“Systematic Software Development using VDM”. This book covers the case studies on the application of the most widely known and used formal methods in software development, called the Vienna Development Method (more often referred to as VDM).

VDM was developed in an industrial environment but has also evoked considerable academic research. Case studies have shown that applying VDM, or formal specification, in general, in software development processes is the key to achieving high-quality software development.

This module introduces the Vienna Development Method (VDM) approach to software development. The method is oriented toward a formal model view of the software to be developed.

The emphasis of the module is on formal specification and systematic development of programs using VDM. Jones, C.B.: Systematic Software Development Using VDM, 2nd edn. Prentice-Hall International, Englewood Cliffs () ISBN Google Scholar. model based languages are Vienna Development Method (VDM) [4], Zed (Z) [3] and B [5].

Algebraic Specification System behaviour is formally specified using a software engineering technique called, algebraic specification. These languages uses methods derived from abstract algebra or. A classification of different kinds of VDM refinements is given.

Based on this classification a more appealing explanation of an example from the VDM literature can be given. The work on this paper has been supported by The Danish Technical Research Council (STVF). 2) Specifying the language formally using the Vienna Development Method (VDM) [3, 4].

The conceptual framework allows us to abstract away from application-specific details, whilst the formal VDM. Journal of the ACM 27(4),October [41] G' erard Huet and Derek C. Oppen. Equations and rewrite rules: A survey. In R. Book, editor, Formal Languages: Perspectives and Open Problem, pages Academic Press, [42] Cliff B.

Jones. Systematic Software Development using VDM. Series in Computer Science. The Vienna Development Method (VDM) is one of the longest-established formal methods for the development of computer-based systems.

Originating in work done at the IBM Laboratory Vienna in the s, it has grown to include a group of techniques and tools based on a formal specification language—the VDM Specification Language (VDM-SL). Systematic Software Development using VDM Written by C. Jones; Published by Prentice Hall International in (ISBN: ) - now available as a pdf (plus Teaching Notes as a pdf).

(Also translated into French by Michel Lemoine as VDM Une methode rigoureuse por le developpment du logiciel). Case Studies in Systematic Software. Systematic Software Development Using VDM (1st edition). Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall International, Jones CB.

Teaching notes for systematic software development using VDM. Manchester: University of Manchester, UMCS Jones CB. Die Rolle abstrakter Modelle in der Informationsverarbeitung. VDM is currently the most widely spread method for the systematic, via rigorous, to formal development of software, from programs to programming systems.

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The following book contains 13 case studies in VDM (although it's a fairly advanced text): C B Jones and R C Shaw (eds) "Case Studies in Systematic Software Development" Prentice-Hall International Series in Computer Science ISBNpp. There exists a VDM Examples Repository. Book contents Software Engineering Education Proceedings of the IFIP WG/SEARCC (SRIG on Education and Training) Working Conference, Hong Kong, 28 September–2 October, ly in the free book available there by Cliff Jones: Systematic Software Development using VDM.

Exercise 1: Specify sorting functions for arrays of naturals with VDM. Specify in a purely functional manner, i.e.

no state, and keep it as general as possible. Sorting. Request PDF | Discrete-event modelling in VDM | The design of software controllers for embedded systems demands notations and tools that have that are able to describe systems that evolve via.

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A systematic approach to the development of event based applications Conference Paper in Proceedings of the IEEE Symposium on Reliable Distributed Systems November with 11 Reads.

VDM + CCS + Time = MOSCA Hans Toetenel Delft University of Technology, Faculty of Technical Mathematics and Informatics P.O.

BoxAJ Delft The Netherlands, email: [email protected] Abstract An experimental notation is presented that extends the applicability of the Vienna Development Method specification language VDM-SL into the area of developing distributed, parallel and real-time.

Systematic Software Development using VDM, Jones, C.B. Prentice Hall International Series in Computer Science, Prentice Hall. ISBN (). Programming Languages and their Definition: Selected Papers of Hans Bekic (–), Jones, C.B.

(editor). JONES, C. B., Systematic Software Development using VDM JONES, G., Programming in occam JONES, G., Programming in occam 2 WIKSTROM, A., Functional Programming using Standard ML.

INTRODUCTION TO FUNCTIONAL PROGRAMMING Richard Bird In order to get the most out of the book, the student should know some. As discussed in the LB NM of 15/11/15, we are lacking a definition of the complete set of Proof Obligations that can be associated with a VDM specification.

This issue is intended to track the progress of creating such a definition. Studies on the suitability and benefits of applying VDM for specific activities have been carried out, illustrating the use of VDM in different stages of software development [5,22].

Using VDM specifications, Nadeem and Ur-Rehman [17] propose an approach to automated testing that generates the required C code as well as test development process in existence, namely the classic life-cycle paradigm, sometimes called the "waterfall model,".

This paradigm implies a systematic, sequential approach (rarely achieved in practice) to software development that begins at the system level and progresses through analysis, design, coding, testing and maintenance.Case Studies in VDM Imperial College, Department of Computing Wednesday December 20 There are 2 'new' books on VDM scheduled to appear early.

in One is the second edition of Cliff Jones' "Systematic Software Development using VDM" the other is a collection of VDM .