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System Level Modelling and Refinement with EventB

  • T. Lecomte

Abstract

Event B aims at providing a way to model Systems [1][2] that they are made of many parts interacting with a highly evolving (and sometimes hostile) environment. They also quite often involve several concurrent executing agents. They require a high degree of correctness. Finally, most of them are the result of a construction process which is spread over several years and which requires a large and talented team of engineers and technicians.

Keywords

Generalize Substitution Proof Obligation Event List System Level Modelling Operational Interpretation 
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References

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    Abrial, J.R: Discrete System Models (2003)Google Scholar
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    Abrial J.R: Guidelines to Formal System Studies (2000)Google Scholar
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    Abrial J.R: Event Model Decomposition (2002)Google Scholar
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    Abrial J.R, Cansell D., Lafitte G.: High Order Mathematics in B (2002)Google Scholar
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    Lecomte T.: Event B Reference Manual (2001)Google Scholar
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    Lecomte T.: Evt2b User Manual (2001)Google Scholar

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© Springer Science+Business Media New York 2004

Authors and Affiliations

  • T. Lecomte
    • 1
  1. 1.ClearSyFrance

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