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Some Guidelines for Formal Development of Web-Based Applications in B-Method

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Some Guidelines for Formal Development of Web-Based Applications in B-Method
Abstract. Web-based applications are the most common form of distributed systems that have gained a lot of attention in the past ten years. Today many of us are relying on scores of mission-critical Web-based systems in different areas such as banking, finance, e-commerce and government. The development process of these systems needs a sound methodology, which ensures quality, consistency and integrity. Formal Methods provide systematic and quantifiable approaches to create coherent systems. Despite this there has been limited work on the formal modelling of Web-based applications. In this paper our aim is to provide researchers with some guidelines based on results from ongoing work to model a Web-based system using the B-Method. Session and state management, developing formal models for complex data types, abstraction of distributed database systems and formal representation of communication links between different components of a web-based system are the main issues that we have...
Abdolbaghi Rezazadeh, Michael J. Butler
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Type Conference
Year 2005
Where ZUM
Authors Abdolbaghi Rezazadeh, Michael J. Butler
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