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|Peer Review Status:||Refereed|
|Title:||A case study in abstraction using E-LOTOS and the FireWire|
leader election protocol
|Citation:||Shankland C & Verdejo A (2001) A case study in abstraction using E-LOTOS and the FireWire, Computer Networks, 37 (3-4), pp. 481-502.|
|Abstract:||The proposed ISO standard Enhancements to LOTOS (E-LOTOS) is used to describe the leader election protocol of the IEEE 1394 serial multimedia bus ("FireWire"). The E-LOTOS language facilitates descriptions at several levels of abstraction, therefore a broad understanding of the protocol at an abstract level can be gained before adding more complexity and concrete detail. A secondary aim is to illustrate some of the novel features of E-LOTOS, particularly those for describing real time and parallelism. The specification process is described in some detail, paying particular attention to the general applicability of E-LOTOS to protocol description. Verification techniques and tools for E-LOTOS are considered, and comparisons are drawn between E-LOTOS and other similar formal methods.|
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|Affiliation:||Computing Science - CSM Dept|
Universidad Complutense de Madrid
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