Attempto - From Specifications in Controlled Natural Language towards Executable Specifications

@article{Schwitter1996AttemptoF,
  title={Attempto - From Specifications in Controlled Natural Language towards Executable Specifications},
  author={Rolf Schwitter and Norbert E. Fuchs},
  journal={CoRR},
  year={1996},
  volume={cmp-lg/9603004}
}
Deriving formal specifications from informal requirements is difficult since one has to take into account the disparate conceptual worlds of the application domain and of software development. To bridge the conceptual gap we propose controlled natural language as a textual view on formal specifications in logic. The specification language Attempto Controlled English (ACE) is a subset of natural language that can be accurately and efficiently processed by a computer, but is expressive enough to… CONTINUE READING

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