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    CASE-based Rigorous Object-Oriented Modeling

    1st BCS-FACS Northern Formal Methods Workshop

    Ilkley, UK. 23rd - 24th September 1996

    AUTHORS

    J.M. Bruel, R.B. France, M.M. Larrondo-Petrie, B. Chintapally & G.K. Raghavan

    ABSTRACT

    The use of a rigorous development environment is needed when developing a complex system, such as real-time and critical systems.

    Preventing industry from embracing formal method techniques is the lack of industrial strength tools to support formalization and analysis.

    We are developing an approach and a tool environment for the development of complex systems that integrates a graphical object-oriented technique (Fusion) and a formal method (Z) with analysis tools.

    The tool, called FuZE (Fusion/Z Environment), has been used successfully to specify and analyze non-trivial systems.

    This paper describes the specification transformation rules and the extension of the environment to include transformation of design documents such as Object Interaction Graphs.

    PAPER FORMATS

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