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Workshop on Formal and Model-Driven Techniques for Developing Trustworthy Systems

@inproceedings{Ishikawa2016WorkshopOF,
  title={Workshop on Formal and Model-Driven Techniques for Developing Trustworthy Systems},
  author={Fuyuki Ishikawa and Alexander Romanovsky and Elena Troubitsyna},
  year={2016}
}
Model-Driven Development (MDD) and Formal Methods (FM) put the emphasis on the use of models through the process of system development. Though MDD traditionally rely on graphical model representations, while FM uses mathematical notations, they pursue the same goal of ensuring dependability and robustness of the software intensive systems. The workshop looks into how to enhance the use of MDD by the power of FM for assurance and dependability. The focus is on discussing the interplay between… Expand

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