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Experiences using lightweight formal methods for requirements modeling
by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, National Technical Information Service, distributor in [Washington, DC, Springfield, Va
Written in English
|Statement||Steve Easterbrook ... [et al.].|
|Series||NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-207044.|
|Contributions||Easterbrook, S. M. 1965-, United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.|
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Experiences Using Lightweight Formal Methods for Requirements Modeling Steve Easterbrook (NASA IV&V Facility, University Drive, Fairmont West Virginia), Robyn Lutz, Rick Covington, John Kelly (NASA Jet Propulsion Lab, Pasadena, California), Yoko Ampo (NEC Corp, Tokyo, Japan) and David Hamilton (Hewlett Packard Corp, San Diego, California)File Size: 1MB.
plication of formal methods for requirements modeling. The studies demonstrate that a pragmatic, lightweight ap-plication of formal methods can offer a cost-effective way of improving the quality of software specifications. The stud-ies concern the Verification and Validation (V&V) of fault protection software on the International Space Station and.
Easterbrook et al. describe three case studies where lightweight formal methods were applied to requirements modeling for fault protection software requirements on NASA systems. However, formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study. The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied.
In all three cases, formal methods enhanced the existing verification and validation processes, by testing key properties of the evolving requirements, and helping to identify weaknesses.
We conclude that the benefits gained from early modeling of unstable requirements more than outweigh the effort needed to maintain multiple representations.
Experiences Using Lightweight Formal Methods for Requirements Modeling. By John Kelly, David Hamilton, Robyn Lutz, Steve Easterbrook, Rick Covington and Yoko Ampo.
Abstract. This paper describes three case studies in the lightweight application of formal methods to requirements modeling for spacecraft fault protection systems. The case studies. methods for requirements modeling. The studies demonstrate that a pragmatic, lightweight application of formal methods can offer a cost-effective way of improving the quality of software Size: 1MB.
Experiences Using Formal Methods for Requirements Modeling Steve Easterbrook (NASA IV&V Facility, University Drive, Fairmont West Virginia), Robyn Lutz, Rick Covington, John Kelly (NASA Jet.
formal proofs: use axioms and proof rules to demonstrate that some formula is in the language. ‹For requirements modeling. ƒA notation is formal if: ÿ it comes with a formal set of rules which define its syntax and semantics. Limited scope of formal methods Formal methods are not well suited to specifying user interfaces and user interaction.
The user interface component has become a greater and greater part of most systems, so you can only really use formal methods when developing the other parts of the system. Size: KB.
[Easterbrook98] Easterbrook, Steve et al. Experiences Using Formal Methods for Lightweight Requirements Modeling. Easterbrook's paper is a good introduction to the lightweight approach to formal design and serves as a good case study of formal methods in.
“future directions” of research in Formal Methods. Of these six, 5 relate to our concerns in one way or another, now adapted to networking problems: 1. composition 2. decomposition 3. abstraction 4. reusable models and theories 5.
combination of mathematical theories “Formal Methods: State of the Art and Future Directions”File Size: 1MB. Experiences with Formal Engineering: Model-Based Speci cation, Implementation and Testing of a Software Bus at Neopost.I M. Sijtemab, A.
Belinfantea, M.I.A. Stoelingaa, L. Marinellic aFaculty of Computer Science, University of Twente, The Netherlands bSytematic Software, The Hague, The Netherlands cNeopost, Austin, Texas, USA Abstract We report on the actual industrial use of formal methods.
Lightweight Formal Analysis of Requirements. Andras Pataricza´ 1, Imre Kocsis1, Francesco Brancati2, Lorenzo Vinerbi2 and Andrea Bondavalli3,4.
1Dept. of Measurement and Information Systems, Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Budapest, Hungary. lightweight formal modeling languages such as Alloy , Our work on very lightweight requirements modeling is still in a rather preliminary stage.
We hope that this position paper will stir the discussion on VLMLs and motivate other researchers to contribute critique and ideas. Experience of using a lightweight formal specication method for a commercial embedded system product line. Michael Breen. Abstract. A simple specication method is introduced and the re- sults of its application to a series of projects in Philips are Size: KB.
The formal methods model is concerned with the application of a mathematical technique to design and implement the software. This model lays the foundation for developing a complex system and supporting the program development.
The formal methods used during the development process provide a mechanism for eliminating problems, which are difficult to overcome using other software process models. The UX Book: Process and Guidelines for Ensuring a Quality User Experience aims to help readers learn how to create and refine interaction designs that ensure a quality user experience (UX).
The book seeks to expand the concept of traditional usability to a broader notion of user experience; to provide a hands-on, practical guide to best. Abstract. We report on our experiences in teaching lightweight formal methods with Eiffel. In particular, we discuss how we introduce formal methods via Eiffel’s design-by-contract and agent technologies, and how we integrate these techniques with test-driven development, in an approach called specification-driven approach demonstrates how formal methods Cited by:.
The book offers the first comprehensive treatment of a major challenge in requirements engineering and business analysis, namely, how to design and define requirements modelling languages.
It is intended for researchers and graduate students interested in advanced topics of requirements engineering and formal language : Springer International Publishing.
The non-formal method is used for eliciting, analyzing, and specifying requirements, prototyping HCI according to the elements given by the formal model, and validating the interaction design.
2 MAInEEAC - A Model for Interaction Engineering, Enhancement, Alteration, and CharacterizationAuthor: Steffen Hess, Andreas Maier, Marcus Trapp.Examples of this lightweight approach to formal methods include the Alloy object modelling notation, Denney's synthesis of some aspects of the Z notation with use case driven development, and the CSK VDM Tools.
Uses [ edit ] Formal methods can be applied at various points through the development process.