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2002
Springer
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On the Use of Visualization in Formal Requirements Specification
A limiting factor in the industrial acceptance of formal specifications is their readability, particularly for large, complex engineering systems. We hypothesize that multiple vis...
Nicolas Dulac, Thomas Viguier, Nancy G. Leveson, M...
SEKE
1995
Springer
10 years 1 months ago
Visual Scenarios for Validation of Requirements Specification
The development of a large information system is generally regarded as one of the most complex activities undertaken by organizations and it is dependent on the communication and u...
V. Lalioti, Babis Theodoulidis
ENTCS
2008
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Formal Specification Generation from Requirement Documents
Automatic generation of formal specifications from requirement reduces cost and complexity of formal models creation. Thus, the generated formal model brings the possibility to ca...
Gustavo Cabral, Augusto Sampaio
CAISE
2006
Springer
10 years 2 months ago
From Requirements Models to Formal Specifications in B
Abstract. The development of critical systems requires a high assurance process from requirements to the running code. Formal methods, such as B, now provide industry-strength tool...
Christophe Ponsard, Emmanuel Dieul
CORR
2010
Springer
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Bus Protocols: MSC-Based Specifications and Translation into Program of Verification Tool for Formal Verification
Message Sequence Charts (MSCs) are an appealing visual formalism mainly used in the early stages of system design to capture the system requirements. However, if we move towards a...
Kamrul Hasan Talukder
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