7 edition of The Object-Z specification language found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||by Graeme Smith.|
|Series||Advances in formal methods ;, 1|
|LC Classifications||QA76.64 .S579 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 146 p. :|
|Number of Pages||146|
|LC Control Number||99047408|
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It adds, to Z, notions of classes and objects, and inheritance and polymorphism. By extending Z's semantic basis, it The Object-Z Specification Language presents a comprehensive description of Object-Z including discussions of semantic issues, definitions of all language constructs, type rules and other rules of usage, specification guidelines, and a full concrete syntax.
It will enable you to confidently construct Object-Z specifications and is intended as a › Computer Science › Artificial Intelligence. The Object-Z Specification Language presents a comprehensive description of Object-Z including discussions of semantic issues, definitions of all language constructs, type rules and other rules of usage, specification guidelines, and a full concrete syntax.
It will enable you to confidently construct Object-Z specifications and is intended as a Object-Z is an object-oriented extension of the formal specification language Z. It adds to Z notions of classes and objects, and inheritance and polymorphism.
By extending Z's semantic basis, it enables the specification of systems as collections of independent objects in which self and mutual referencing are possible.
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Introduction Z (pronouned Zed!) is a specification language that works at a a high level of abstraction so that even complex behaviors can be described precisely and concisely. The Semantics of Z is matheamtical and so formulae can be manipulated algebraically and These case studies show how the Z notation can be used to produce an abstract speci cation, a concrete The Object-Z specification language book, and a programming language implementation.
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Z is a language for describing patterns of declaration and constraint; it can be used to produce structured, mathematical descriptions. It was developed through application to the specification and design of large, complex software systems. It is well-suited to the description of system or component state, and of transactions upon that ECMA 5th Edition / December C# Language Specification Ecma International Rue du Rhône CH Geneva T/F: +41 22 /01 ps:// What is Z.
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