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Algebraic data type specifications-language, method and tools

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3 Author(s)
Duponcheel, L. ; Bell Telephone Manuf. Co., Antwerpen, Belgium ; Heyman, J. ; Van Puymbroeck, W.

A description is given of the concepts of an algebraic specification language allowing the development of structured, clear, and reusable specifications, and its support environment is introduced. Initial experience using the presented language, method, and tools in the development of a specification of the Knuth-Bendix algorithm is discussed. Rapid prototyping is emphasized in the tools. In particular, a translator for constructive specifications is illustrated. The use of components of a prototype proof environment is indicated

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CompEuro '88. 'Design: Concepts, Methods and Tools'

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11-14 Apr 1988