Towards Test-Driven Semantics Specification

  title={Towards Test-Driven Semantics Specification},
  author={Christian Soltenborn and Gregor Engels},
Behavioral models are getting more and more important within the software development cycle. To get the most use out of them, their behavior should be defined formally. As a result, many approaches exist which aim at specifying formal semantics for behavioral languages (e.g., Dynamic Meta Modeling (DMM), Semantic Anchoring). Most of these approaches give rise to a formal semantics which can e.g. be used to check the quality of a particular language instance, for instance using model checking… CONTINUE READING
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