Summaries of the Case Studies
There are fourteen case studies, organized as follows. The first three, written individually by the editors, are especially appropriate for beginners, but contain useful information for all readers. The next six chapters are related to the formalization, specification, and verification of computer hardware. The next two deal explicitly with computer software applications. The last three focus on problems in logic and mathematics. We say “explicitly” above because all the applications can be seen as illustrative of software verification: since the logic is in essence Lisp, the models being verified are in essence just software systems.
KeywordsState Machine Proof Checker Design Verification Federal Information Processing Standard Trajectory Evaluation
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