Introduction to the Formal Design of Real-Time Systems

Introduction to the Formal Design of Real-Time Systems

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While the technology to build complex computer-based systems now exists, it is not always necessarily advisable to build them. To use design tools effectively, engineers need to have a full understanding not only of the capabilities of their tools, but why they work and when their use is appropriate. Richly illustrated with many examples and problem-solving exercises, this book looks at two process algebras, one as a design tool for concurrent systems, and one for real-time systems.Lam74 Lamport L., a#39;A New Solution to Dijkstraa#39;s Concurrent Programming Problema#39;, Communications of the ACM, 17, 453-5, 1974. ... Moll94 Moller R, The Edinburgh Concurrency Workbench (version 7), Manual available from Department of Computer Science, University of Edinburgh, 1994. ... Pet85 Peterson J. L. and Silberschatz A., Operating System Concepts, 2nd edition, Addison -Wesley, 1985.

Title:Introduction to the Formal Design of Real-Time Systems
Author: David Gray
Publisher:Springer Verlag - 1999

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