By Ian J. Hayes (auth.), Jin Song Dong, Jim Woodcock (eds.)
This quantity includes the complaints of the 2003 overseas convention on Formal Engineering tools (ICFEM 2003). The convention was once the ?fth in a chain that started in 1997. ICFEM 2003 was once held in Singapore in the course of 5–7 November 2003. ICFEM 2003 aimed to assemble researchers and practitioners from - dustry, academia, and executive to enhance the cutting-edge in formal engineering equipment and to inspire a much broader uptake of formal equipment in undefined. this system Committee got ninety one submissions from greater than 20 co- attempts in a variety of areas. After each one paper used to be reviewed by means of at the least 3 referees in each one correct ?eld, 34 top of the range papers have been authorised in response to originality, technical content material, presentation and relevance to formal equipment and software program engineering. we want to in actual fact thank all authors who submitted their paintings for attention. we'd additionally prefer to thank this system Committee contributors and different reviewers for his or her nice e?orts within the reviewing and choosing approach. Weareindebtedtothethreekeynotespeakers,Prof.IanHayesoftheUniv- sity of Queensland, Prof. Mathai Joseph of the Tata study, improvement and DesignCentre,andDr.ColinO’HalloranofQinetiQ,foracceptingourinvitation to handle the conference.
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Acknowledgements This paper is due to the work funded by the UK MOD’s CRP CISP domain. I would also like to acknowledge the work and support of a number of people who have been involved in this work. I am immensely grateful to both Mark Adams and Phil Clayton who have taken my original ideas and considerably extended them, much of the success I have reported here are due to them. My colleague Alf Smith has been a bedrock of technical support for the work reported here. Liz Whiting has also contributed much through the application of static analysis for run-time errors and Jaspal Sagoo made my ideas on distributed scheduling verification into an industrial process.
We use Eval(E, e) and Eval(E, c) to denote the evaluation of e and c in E respectively. E[x/v] denotes the status E of the variables with the value of x replaced by v. All the moves caused by these structural rules are invisible, as labelled by τ , because they do not contribute to the path constraints. The evolution of the system states caused by the input action is reﬂected in Rule R6 (Figure 3): The ﬁrst input data in I is read into variable x in E. We use ﬁrst(I) to denote the ﬁrst input data in I and rest(I) the input status obtained from I by removing the ﬁrst one.
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