described the abstract SECD architecture and shown how it supports execution of a high level functional language,
described the evolution of a realized system specification and hardware implementation,
presented the formal definitions of the specification and an implementation view of the realized system,
formalised the constraints under which the system is designed to function, and
shown the method of achieving a machine proof of correctness that the lower level correctly implements the top level specification.
KeywordsCorrectness Statement Machine Instruction VLSI Design Clock Phase Hardware Verification
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