Information Systems Modelling with TROLL Formal Methods at Work

  title={Information Systems Modelling with TROLL Formal Methods at Work},
  author={Peter Hartel and Grit Denker and Mojgan Kowsari and Maren Krone and Hans-Dieter Ehrich},
  journal={Inf. Syst.},
| In this paper we present a national project located in the area of computer aided testing and certifying (CATC) of physical devices. The objective of this project is to develop an information system that supports the various activities of diierent user groups in a German federal institute of weights and measures. We decided to use formal methods right from the beginning of the project. Our approach is based on the formal object oriented speciication language Troll. Starting point of the… CONTINUE READING

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