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Formal Methods: State of the Art and New Directions by Paul Boca,Jonathan P. Bowen,Jawed Siddiqi

By Paul Boca,Jonathan P. Bowen,Jawed Siddiqi

Through basic contributions from top researchers, this quantity describes using formal modeling equipment within the components of necessities, layout and validation. The self-contained chapters supply readers with wealthy historical past info and a various breadth of professional material.

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