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Model Synthesis from Imprecise Specifications

Model Synthesis from Imprecise Specifications
Model Synthesis from Imprecise Specifications
The paper defines a formal semantics for MSC scenarios that is a weakening of the state semantics from [6], whilst permitting some additional semantics in the spirit of Live Sequence Charts (LSCs) [4]. The semantics here differs from that of LSCs in that mandatory behaviour is defined dynamically within the domain of possible scenarios. This permits a semantics which uses domain knowledge to define when compositions of imprecise requirements are valid. This has been implemented by Motorola UK Research Labs, and is being used in a pilot study for a new telecommunications mobile 3G handset.
972-8865-03-1
20-25
INSTICC Press
Mitchell, Bill
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Thomson, Robert
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Bristow, Paul
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Mitchell, Bill
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Thomson, Robert
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Bristow, Paul
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(2004) Model Synthesis from Imprecise Specifications. In, VVEIS 2004, In conjunction with ICEIS 2004, Porto, Portugal, April 2004. INSTICC Press, pp. 20-25.

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The paper defines a formal semantics for MSC scenarios that is a weakening of the state semantics from [6], whilst permitting some additional semantics in the spirit of Live Sequence Charts (LSCs) [4]. The semantics here differs from that of LSCs in that mandatory behaviour is defined dynamically within the domain of possible scenarios. This permits a semantics which uses domain knowledge to define when compositions of imprecise requirements are valid. This has been implemented by Motorola UK Research Labs, and is being used in a pilot study for a new telecommunications mobile 3G handset.

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Published date: 2004
Organisations: Electronics & Computer Science, IT Innovation

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Local EPrints ID: 267438
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/267438
ISBN: 972-8865-03-1
PURE UUID: 88fb8e70-2c03-46eb-9d06-fb787910d35d

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Date deposited: 01 Jun 2009 10:30
Last modified: 18 Jul 2017 07:04

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