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Formal Methods for Distributed Processing

Formal Methods for Distributed Processing
A Survey of Object-Oriented Approaches

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P. F. Linington, H. Bowman, J. Derrick, R. O. Sinnott, D. Hogrefe, T. Robles, G. Huecas, J. Quemada, A. Verdejo, L. F. Llana-Dìaz, G. Smith, S. Kent, G. A. Agha, P. Thati, R. Ziaei, P. Sewell, l. Cardelli, A. D. Gordon, B. H. Liskov, J. M. Wing, E. Najm, A. Nimour, J-B. Stefani, H. Masuhara, A. Yonezawa, C. Laneve, G. Leduc, L. Blair, G. Blair, F. Achermann, M. Lumpe, J.-G. Schneider, O. Nierstrasz, K. J. Turner
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  • Date Published: October 2001
  • availability: In stock
  • format: Hardback
  • isbn: 9780521771849

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  • This important resource presents the current state of the art in the application of formal methods to object based distributed systems. A major theme is how to formally handle the new requirements arising from OO distributed systems. The major specification notations and modeling techniques are introduced and compared by leading researchers, in several cases, the inventors of the notations. The book also describes approaches to the specification of nonfunctional requirements, needed typically in the specification of multimedia systems and security issues. Professionals in software design, object-oriented computing, distributed systems, and telecommunications systems will gain an appreciation of the relationships among the major areas of concerns and learn how the use of object-oriented based formal methods provides workable solutions.

    • Introduces and compares the major specification notations and modelling techniques
    • Describes the specification of non-functional requirements needed in the specification of multimedia systems
    • Contributors include many of the leading researchers in the field, e.g. Gul Agha, Aki Yonezawa, Jeanette Wing, Barbara Liskov
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    • Date Published: October 2001
    • format: Hardback
    • isbn: 9780521771849
    • length: 490 pages
    • dimensions: 263 x 185 x 30 mm
    • weight: 1.015kg
    • availability: In stock
  • Table of Contents

    Preface
    Part I. Object-Oriented Distributed Systems:
    1. Issues in distributed systems P. F. Linington
    2. Distributed systems, an ODP perspective P. F. Linington
    3. Issues in formal methods H. Bowman and J. Derrick
    Part II. Specification Notations:
    4. Finite state machine based: SDL R. O. Sinnott and D. Hogrefe
    5. Process calculi: E-LOTOS T. Robles, G. Huecas, J. Quemada, A. Verdejo and L. F. Llana-Dìaz
    6. State-based approaches: from Z to object-Z G. Smith
    7. The united modelling language S. Kent
    Part III. Dynamic Reconfiguration:
    8. Actors: a model for reasoning about open distributed systems G. A. Agha, P. Thati and R. Ziaei
    9. π-calculi P. Sewell
    10. Mobile mabients l. Cardelli and A. D. Gordon
    Part IV. Subtyping:
    11. Subtyping in distributed systems J. Indulska
    12. Behavioural subtyping using invariants and constraints B. H. Liskov and J. M. Wing
    13. Behavioural typing for objects and process calculi E. Najm, A. Nimour and J-B. Stefani
    Part V. Concurrent OO Language:
    14. Reflections in concurrent object-oriented languages H. Masuhara and A. Yonezawa
    15. Inheritance in concurrent objects C. Laneve
    Part VI. Nonfunctional Requirements:
    16. Multimedia in the E-LOTOS process algebra G. Leduc
    17. Specifying and analysing multimedia systems L. Blair and G. Blair
    Part VII. Development Architectures:
    18. Piccola - a small composition language F. Achermann, M. Lumpe, J.-G. Schneider and O. Nierstrasz
    19. Specification architectures K. J. Turner and R. O. Sinnott
    20. Viewpoints modelling H. Bowman and J. Derrick
    Indices.

  • Editors

    Howard Bowman, University of Kent, Canterbury

    John Derrick, University of Kent, Canterbury

    Contributors

    P. F. Linington, H. Bowman, J. Derrick, R. O. Sinnott, D. Hogrefe, T. Robles, G. Huecas, J. Quemada, A. Verdejo, L. F. Llana-Dìaz, G. Smith, S. Kent, G. A. Agha, P. Thati, R. Ziaei, P. Sewell, l. Cardelli, A. D. Gordon, B. H. Liskov, J. M. Wing, E. Najm, A. Nimour, J-B. Stefani, H. Masuhara, A. Yonezawa, C. Laneve, G. Leduc, L. Blair, G. Blair, F. Achermann, M. Lumpe, J.-G. Schneider, O. Nierstrasz, K. J. Turner

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