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Peer Review Status: Refereed
Author(s): Shankland, Carron
Bryans, Jeremy
Morel, Lionel
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Title: Expressing iterative properties logically in a symbolic setting
Editor(s): Rattray, C
Maharaj, S
Shankland, C
Citation: Shankland C, Bryans J & Morel L (2004) Expressing iterative properties logically in a symbolic setting In: Rattray C, Maharaj S, Shankland C (ed.) Algebraic Methodology and Software Technology: Proceedings, Berlin Heidelberg: Springer. Expressing iterative properties logically in a symbolic setting, 12.7.2004 - 16.7.2004, Stirling, Scotland, pp. 460-474.
Issue Date: 2004
Series/Report no.: Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 3116
Conference Name: Expressing iterative properties logically in a symbolic setting
Conference Dates: 2004-07-12T00:00:00Z
Conference Location: Stirling, Scotland
Abstract: We present a logic for reasoning about state transition systems (LOTOS behaviours) which allows properties involving repeated patterns over actions and data to be expressed, The state transition systems are derived from LOTOS behaviours; however, the logic is applicable to any similar formalism. The semantics of the logic is given with respect to symbolic transition systems, allowing reasoning about data to be separated from reasoning about flow of control. Several motivational examples are included.
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