An Introduction to Z
Z is a formal specification language. It is a language in that it provides a notation for describing the behaviour of a system, and it is formal in that it uses mathematics to do so. The mathematics is simple, consisting of first order predicate logic and set theory. However, based upon this, it offers a very elegant way of structuring the mathematics to provide a specification of the system under consideration.
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