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Combining programs and state machines

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Combining programs and state machines
State machines consume and process actions complementary to programs issuing actions. State machines maintain a state and reply with a boolean response to each action in their interface. As state machines offer a service to programs, their interface is also called a service interface. State machines can be combined with several natural operators, thus giving rise to a state machine calculus. State are used for abstract data type modeling.
Jan A. Bergstra, Alban Ponse
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Updated 22 Dec 2010
Type Journal
Year 2002
Where JLP
Authors Jan A. Bergstra, Alban Ponse
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