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High-Integrity System Specification and Design : Formal Approaches to Computing and Information Technology - Jonathan P. Bowen

High-Integrity System Specification and Design

Formal Approaches to Computing and Information Technology

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Published: 12th April 1999
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Errata, detected in Taylor's Logarithms. London: 4to, 1792. [sic] 14.18.3 6 Kk Co-sine of 3398 3298 - Nautical Almanac (1832) In the list of ERRATA detected in Taylor's Logarithms, for cos. 4° 18'3", read cos. 14° 18'2". - Nautical Almanac (1833) ERRATUM ofthe ERRATUM ofthe ERRATA of TAYLOR'S Logarithms. For cos. 4° 18'3", read cos. 14° 18' 3". - Nautical Almanac (1836) In the 1820s, an Englishman named Charles Babbage designed and partly built a calculating machine originally intended for use in deriving and printing logarithmic and other tables used in the shipping industry. At that time, such tables were often inaccurate, copied carelessly, and had been instrumental in causing a number of maritime disasters. Babbage's machine, called a 'Difference Engine' because it performed its cal­ culations using the principle of partial differences, was intended to substantially reduce the number of errors made by humans calculating the tables. Babbage had also designed (but never built) a forerunner of the modern printer, which would also reduce the number of errors admitted during the transcription of the results. Nowadays, a system implemented to perform the function of Babbage's engine would be classed as safety-critical. That is, the failure of the system to produce correct results could result in the loss of human life, mass destruction of property (in the form of ships and cargo) as well as financial losses and loss of competitive advantage for the shipping firm.

Acknowledgements
List of Reprints
Specification and Designp. 1
Structured Methodsp. 53
Formal Methodsp. 127
Object-Orientationp. 231
Concurrent and Distributed Systemsp. 295
Real-Time and Safety-Critical Systemsp. 359
Integrating Methodsp. 529
Implementationp. 557
CASEp. 609
Glossaryp. 659
Bibliographyp. 665
Author Biographiesp. 679
Indexp. 681
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ISBN: 9783540762263
ISBN-10: 3540762264
Series: Formal Approaches to Computing and Information Technology
Audience: General
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 701
Published: 12th April 1999
Publisher: Springer-Verlag Berlin and Heidelberg Gmbh & Co. Kg
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 23.47 x 15.93  x 4.27
Weight (kg): 1.1