Formal Description Techniques, IV, Volume 2

1st Edition

Proceedings of the IFIP TC6/WG6.1 Fourth International Conference on Formal Description Techniques for Distributed Systems and Communications Protocols, FORTE '91, Sydney, Australia, 19-22 November 1991

Editors: K.R. Parker G.A. Rose
Paperback ISBN: 9780444894021
eBook ISBN: 9781483293332
Imprint: North Holland
Published Date: 1st March 1992
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Table of Contents

Applications I. Using LOTOS in a Design Environment (M. Vigder, R.J.A. Buhr). Using VDM to Specify OSI Managed Objects (L. Simon, L.S. Marshall). Invited Paper. What is the Method in Formal Methods ? (E. Brinksma). Performance and Reliability. Io: An Estelle Simulator for Performance Evaluation (E. Fernandez, D. Vazquez, J. Vinyes). Modeling Timeouts and Unreliable Media with a Timed Probabilistic Calculus (H. Hansson). Industry Reports. Formal Methods at AT&T - An Industrial Usage Report (J.A. Chaves). The Adoption of Formal Methods within OTC (K. Rosenberg). Linking Specifications with Implementations (M. Kooij). Experience of Using LOTOS Within the CIM-OSA Project (A. McClenaghan). Applications II. An Exercise in Protocol Synthesis (P. van Eijk, J. Schot). Specification of a Distributed Coordination Function in LOTOS (I. Widya, F. Sadoun, G.-J. van der Heijden). XP, An Experiment in Modular Specification (G. Veltink). Invited Paper. Understanding Interfaces (S. Lam, A.U. Shankar). Change Management. Modeling Dynamic Communication Structures in LOTOS (L. Fredlund, F. Orava). Dynamic Configuration in LOTOS (E. Najm, J.-B. Stefani). Timed Extensions. An Upward Compatible Timed Extension to LOTOS (G. Leduc). Mapping Time-Extended LOTOS to Standard LOTOS (A. McClenaghan). LOTOS-like Process Algebras with Urgent or Timed Interactions (T. Bolognesi, F. Lucidi). Transformations. Event Structures for Design and Transformation in LOTOS (R. Langerak). A Calculus to Define Correct Transformations of LOTOS Specifications (T. Massart). Inverse Expansion (S. Pavón, M. Hulström, J. Quemada, D. de Frutos, Y. Ortega). Tools and Environment. A LOTOS Data Facility Compiler (DAFY) (E. Lallemand, G. Leduc). The Superimposition of Estelle Programs: A Tool for the Specification and Implementation of Obse

Description

Formality is becoming accepted as essential in the development of complex systems such as multi-layer communications protocols and distributed systems. Formality is mandatory for mathematical verification, a procedure being imposed on safety-critical system development. Standard documents are also becoming increasingly formalised in order to capture notions precisely and unambiguously. This FORTE '91 proceedings volume has focussed on the standardised languages SDL, Estelle and LOTOS while, as with earlier conferences, remaining open to other notations and techniques, thus encouraging the continuous evolution of formal techniques. This useful volume contains 29 submitted papers, three invited papers, four industry reports, and four tool reports organised to correspond with the conference sessions.


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Language:
English
Copyright:
© North Holland 1992
Published:
Imprint:
North Holland
eBook ISBN:
9781483293332
Paperback ISBN:
9780444894021

Reviews

Formality is becoming accepted as essential in the development of complex systems such as multi-layer communications protocols and distributed systems. Formality is mandatory for mathematical verification, a procedure being imposed on safety-critical system development. Standard documents are also becoming increasingly formalised in order to capture notions precisely and unambiguously. This FORTE '91 proceedings volume has focussed on the standardised languages SDL, Estelle and LOTOS while, as with earlier conferences, remaining open to other notations and techniques, thus encouraging the continuous evolution of formal techniques. This useful volume contains 29 submitted papers, three invited papers, four industry reports, and four tool reports organised to correspond with the conference sessions.


About the Editors

K.R. Parker Editor

Affiliations and Expertise

Telecom Research Laboratories, Victoria, Australia

G.A. Rose Editor

Affiliations and Expertise

University of Queensland, Australia