Titel: Formal Methods for Protocol Engineering and Distributed Systems
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Herausgegeben von Samuel T. Chanson, Jianping Wu, Quiang Gao
30. September 1999 - gebunden - 516 Seiten
Formal Methods for Protocol Engineering and Distributed Systems addresses formal description techniques (FDTs) applicable to distributed systems and communication protocols. It aims to present the state of the art in theory, application, tools an industrialization of FDTs. Among the important features presented are:
FDT-based system and protocol engineering;
FDT application to distributed systems;
Practical experience and case studies.
Formal Methods for Protocol Engineering and Distributed Systems contains the proceedings of the Joint International Conference on Formal Description Techniques for Distributed Systems and Communication Protocols and Protocol Specification, Testing, and Verification, which was sponsored by the International Federation for Information Processing (IFIP) and was held in Beijing, China, in October 1999.
This volume is suitable as a secondary text for a graduate level course on Distributed Systems or Communications, and as a reference for researchers and industry practitioners.
Preface. Committee Members. List of Referees. Invited Talk I. Part One: Test I. 1. Conforming configurations in EFSM; A. Petrenko, et al. 2. Remote testing can be as powerful as local testing; C. Jard, et al. 3. Hit-or-Jump: An algorithm for embedded testing with applications to IN services; A. Cavalli, et al. Part Two: FDTs I. 4. Scalable and Object Oriented SDL State(chart)s; B. Möller-Pedersen, D. Nogva. 5. Prototyping Framework for SDL with Evolving Semantics; P. Csurgay. 6. Framework for Automatic SDL to C++ Translation; D. Trossen, et al. Part Three: Test II. 7. Stress Testing of Distributed Multimedia Software Systems; J. Zhang, et al. 8. Fair Testing through Probabilistic Testing; M. Núñez, D. Rupérez. 9. A Formal Approach to Conformance Testing of Distributed Routing Protocols; J. Bi, J. Wu. Invited Talk II. Part Four: FDTs II. 10. Deriving Activity Thread Implementations from Formal Descriptions Using Transition Reordering; P. Langendörfer, H. König. 11. A Graphical Parallel Composition Operator for Process Algebras; H. Garavel, M. Sighireanu. 12. Guaranteeing liveness in an object calculus through behavioural typing; E. Najm, et al. Part Five: Model Checking. 13. Black Box Checking; D. Peled, et al. 14. An Optimizing Compiler for Efficient Model Checking; Y. Dong, C.R. Ramakrishnan. 15. Exploiting Symmetry when Model-Checking Software; P. Godefroid. Part Six: Verification. 16. User-FriendlyVerification; P.-A. Hsiung, F. Wang. 17. Specification and Verification of Synchronous Hardware using LOTOS; J. He, K.J. Turner. 18. Provably Correct Hardware Compilation using Timing Diagrams; M. Schenke, M. Dossis. Invited Talk III. Part Seven: Test III. 19. An enhanced model for testing asynchronous communicating systems; M. Kim, et al. 20. Interoperability Test Suite Derivation for the TCP; S. Seol. 21. Coverage analysis for embedded testing and an application; J. Zhu, S.T. Vuong. Part Eight: FDTs III. 22. A Formal Description Technology: Graphic E-LOTOS; L. Wen, et al. 23. Global Timed Bisimulation: An Introduction; D. de Frutos-Escrig, et al. 24. Protocol Synthesis for Real-Time Applications; A. Khoumsi, et al. Part Nine: Case Studies. 25. Verifying an infinite family of inductions simultaneously using data independence and FDR; S.J. Creese and A.W. Roscoe. 26. Specification and execution of tests using tMsc; I. Ober, A. Kerbrat. 27. Model-Checking A Secure Group Communication Protocol: A Case Study; A.J. Hu, et al. Part Ten: Invited Papers. 28. Software Model Checking; G.J. Holzmann, M.H. Smith. List of Contributors. Short Papers.