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Algebraic Methodology and Software Technology : 4th International Conference, Amast '95, Montreal, Canada, July 3-7, 1995. Proceedings - Vangalur S. Alagar

Algebraic Methodology and Software Technology

4th International Conference, Amast '95, Montreal, Canada, July 3-7, 1995. Proceedings

By: Vangalur S. Alagar (Editor), Maurice Nivat (Editor)

Paperback Published: 21st May 1995
ISBN: 9783540600435
Number Of Pages: 597

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This volume constitutes the proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Algebraic Methodology and Software Technology, held in Montreal, Canada in July 1995.
It includes full papers or extended abstracts of the invited talks, refereed selected contributions, and research prototype tools. The invited speakers are David Gries, Jeanette Wing, Dan Craigen, Ted Ralston, Ewa Orlowska, Krzysztof Apt, Joseph Goguen, and Rohit Parikh. The 29 refereed papers presented were selected from some 100 submissions; they are organized in sections on algebraic and logical foundations, concurrent and reactive systems, software technology, logic programming and databases.

Equational Logic as a Toolp. 1
Teaching Mathematics to Software Engineersp. 18
The Role of Education and Training in the Industrial Application of Formal Methodsp. 41
Information Algebrasp. 50
Verification of Logic Programs with Delay Declarationsp. 66
An Introduction to Category-Based Equational Logicp. 91
Knowledge-Based Computationp. 127
Order-Sorted Algebraic Specifications with Higher-Order Functionsp. 133
Proving the Correctness of Behavioural Implementationsp. 152
On the Decidability of Process Equivalences for the [pi]-Calculusp. 169
Detecting Isomorphisms of Modular Specifications with Diagramsp. 184
Higher-Order Narrowing with Convergent Systemsp. 199
Context-Free Event Domains are Recognizablep. 214
Encoding Natural Semantics in Coqp. 230
Mongruences and Cofree Coalgebrasp. 245
Semantic Typing for Parametric Algebraic Specificationsp. 261
Causality and True Concurrency: A Data-flow Analysis of the Pi-Calculusp. 277
Verification in Continuous Time by Discrete Reasoningp. 292
Dynamic Matrices and the Cost Analysis of Concurrent Programsp. 307
Petri Nets, Traces, and Local Model Checkingp. 322
An Algebraic Framework for Developing and Maintaining Real-Time Systemsp. 338
Logical Foundations for Compositional Verification and Development of Concurrent Programs in UNITYp. 353
CPO Models for Infinite Term Rewritingp. 368
Completeness Results for Two-Sorted Metric Temporal Logicsp. 385
On Mechanizing Proofs within a Complete Proof System for Unityp. 400
Automated Reasoning about Parallel Algorithms using Powerlistsp. 416
Representing, Verifying and Applying Software Development Steps using the PVS Systemp. 431
An Algebraic Development Technique for Information Systemsp. 446
A Framework for Machine-Assisted User Inferface Verificationp. 461
Specification of the Unix File System: A Comparative Case Studyp. 475
A Calculus of Countable Broadcasting Systemsp. 489
Symbolic Timing Devicesp. 504
An Algebraic Construction of the Well-Founded Modelp. 518
Confluence in Concurrent Constraint Programmingp. 531
A Generic Algebra for Data Collections Based on Constructive Logicp. 546
Partial Order Programmingp. 561
SPIKE: A System for Automatic Inductive Proofsp. 576
SEAMLESS: Knowledge Based Evolutionary System Synthesisp. 578
An Object-Oriented Front-End for Deductive Databasesp. 581
The SuRE Programming Frameworkp. 585
A Declarative System for Multi-Database Interoperabilityp. 586
The METAGEN Systemp. 590
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ISBN: 9783540600435
ISBN-10: 3540600434
Series: Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Audience: General
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 597
Published: 21st May 1995
Publisher: Springer-Verlag Berlin and Heidelberg Gmbh & Co. Kg
Country of Publication: DE
Dimensions (cm): 23.39 x 15.6  x 3.15
Weight (kg): 0.85

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