A New Mathematical Notation for Describing Notion and Thought in Software Design

@inproceedings{Wang2002ANM,
  title={A New Mathematical Notation for Describing Notion and Thought in Software Design},
  author={Yingxu Wang},
  booktitle={IEEE ICCI},
  year={2002}
}
Conventional software description is algorithmbased. However, a large part of things in software description are non-algorithmic and non-functional, such as those of system architectures, dynamic behaviors, performance, and quality. Therefore, contemporary concept in software description has been shifted from algorithms to software architectures and behaviors Software behaviors can be modeled as a 3-D representation comprising mathematical operations, event/process timing, and memory… CONTINUE READING

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