A Formalism Combining CCS and CASL

@inproceedings{Salan2001AFC,
  title={A Formalism Combining CCS and CASL},
  author={Gwen Sala{\"u}n and Michel Allemand and Christian Attiogb{\'e}},
  year={2001}
}
Multiformalism specifications are essential for the modeli zation of complex systems including different aspects: data, concurrency, communication, time, etc. We propose a f ormalism which combines the process algebra CCS with the recent language of algebraic specifications CASL. T his combination is presented following three levels: the conceptual choices, the formal syntax, and the formal se mantics. We illustrate our proposition with a real size case study: an access control system to a set… CONTINUE READING

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