Transactions On Foundations For Mastering Change I by Bernhard SteffenTransactions On Foundations For Mastering Change I by Bernhard Steffen

Transactions On Foundations For Mastering Change I

byBernhard Steffen

Paperback | September 30, 2016

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The LNCS Transactions on Foundations for Mastering Change, FoMaC, aims to establish a forum for formal-methods-based research, dealing with the nature of today's agile system development, which is characterized by unclear premises, unforeseen change, and the need for fast reaction, in a context of hard-to-control frame conditions, such as third-party components, network problems, and attacks. Submissions are evaluated according to these goals.
This book, the first volume in the series, contains contributions by the members of the editorial board. These contributions indicate the envisioned style and range of papers of topics covered by the transactions series. They cross-cut various traditional research directions and are characterized by a clear focus on change. 

Title:Transactions On Foundations For Mastering Change IFormat:PaperbackDimensions:257 pages, 23.5 × 15.5 × 0.17 inPublished:September 30, 2016Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:3319465074

ISBN - 13:9783319465074


Table of Contents

Introduction: Foundations for Mastering Change.- Knowledge Management for Inclusive System Evolution.- Archimedean Points: The Essence for Mastering of Change.- Model Patterns: The Quest for the Right Level of Abstraction.- Verified Change.- Good Change and Bad Change: An Analysis Perspective on Software Evolution.- Compositional Model-Based System Design and Other Foundations for Mastering Change.-Proof Repositories for Compositional Verification of Evolving Software Systems.- Statistical Model Checking with Change Detection.- Collective Autonomic Systems: Towards Engineering Principles and their Foundations.- Continuous Collaboration for Changing Environments.- Issues on software quality models for mastering change.- Traceability Types for Mastering Change in Collaborative Software Quality Management.