Foundations Of Computer Software: Future Trends And Techniques For Development: 15th Monterey Workshop 2008, Budapest, Hungary, Septe by Christine ChoppyFoundations Of Computer Software: Future Trends And Techniques For Development: 15th Monterey Workshop 2008, Budapest, Hungary, Septe by Christine Choppy

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This book presents the thoroughly refereed and revised proceedings of the 15th Monterey Workshop, held in Budapest, Hungary, September 24-26, 2008. The theme of the workshop was Foundations of Computer Software, Future Trends and Techniques for Development. The 13 revised full papers presented at the workshop explore, how the foundations and development techniques of computer software could be adapted to address such a challenge. Material presented in the papers spans the whole software life cycle, starting from specification and analysis, design and the choice of architectures, large scale, real-world software development, code generation and configuration, deployment, and evolution.
Title:Foundations Of Computer Software: Future Trends And Techniques For Development: 15th Monterey…Format:PaperbackDimensions:275 pages, 0.09 × 0.06 × 0.17 inPublished:April 20, 2010Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:3642125654

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Revising the UML Collaborations: A Well-Founded Approach.- Client Synthesis for Aspect Oriented Web Services.- Formal Reasoning about Software Object Translations.- Software Engineering Techniques for the Development of Systems of Systems.- Simulation of LET Models in Simulink and Ptolemy.- Requirements for Service Composition in Ultra-Large Scale Software-Intensive Systems.- On the Pragmatics of Model-Based Design.- Modelling and Verification of Relay Interlocking Systems.- Refinement of Components in Connection-Safe Assemblies with Synchronous and Asynchronous Communication.- Experiences in Model Driven Verification of Behavior with UML.- Cross-Document Dependency Analysis for System-of-System Integration.- Performance Analysis of AADL Models Using Real-Time Calculus.- On Software Certification: We Need Product-Focused Approaches.