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This volume is based on the proceedings of the International Workshop on Semantics of Specification Languages (SoSL), held in Utrecht, the Netherlands, 25-27 October 1993. The aim of the workshop - the first in a proposed series - was to assess various attempts to formally define specification languages, and to identify a programme of work for further investigation. There are currently no other workshops or conferences covering this area. The papers provide a comprehensive overview of research into this important topic, with particular emphasis on recent developments in formal proof systems, proof checking, type consistency, static semantics, and stepwise developments of specifications. In addition to the submitted papers the volume includes three invited papers, each of which outlines the development of the semantics of a major specification language.
|Statement||edited by D.J. Andrews, J.F. Groote, C.A. Middelburg|
|Series||Workshops in Computing, 1431-1682, Workshops in computing|
|Contributions||Groote, J. F., Middelburg, C. A.|
|The Physical Object|
|Format||[electronic resource] :|
|Pagination||1 online resource (VIII, 357 pages 29 illustrations).|
|Number of Pages||357|
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SoSL was the first International Workshop on Semantics of Specification Languages, held from October in Utrecht, the Netherlands. The workshop was organized by the Department of Philosophy of Utrecht University with financial support from the Nationale Faciliteit Informatica of the Nederlandse Organisatie voor Wetenschappelijk Onderzoek (NWO), and under the auspices of the British Format: Paperback.
The Semantics of Programming Languages. Semantics, roughly, are meanings given for groups of symbols: ab+c, "ab"+"c", mult(5,4). For example, to express the syntax of adding 5 with 4, we can say: Put a "+" sign in between the 5 and 4, yielding "5 + 4".
However, we must also define the semantics of 5+4. If we use arithmetic semantics, 5+4 would. SoSL was the first International Workshop on Semantics of Specification Languages, held from October in Utrecht, the Netherlands.
The workshop was organized by the Department of Philosophy of Utrecht University with financial support from the Nationale Faciliteit Informatica of the Nederlandse Organisatie voor Wetenschappelijk Onderzoek (NWO), and under the auspices of the British.
By providing a formal semantics for Z, this book justifies the claim that Z is a precise specification language, and provides a standard framework for understanding Z specifications.
It makes a detailed theoretical comparison between schemas, the Z construct for breaking specifications into modules, and the analogous facilities in other Cited by: The Document Style Semantics and Specification Language (DSSSL) is an international standard developed to provide stylesheets for SGML documents.
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In this book, I attempt to integrate semantics with pragmatics, but I hold back a detailed exposition of pragmatics until near the end (Chapter 8), with a detailed illustration of it in the closing chapter James Dale, the Managing Desk Editor, and Sarah Burnett, the Copy Semantics of Specification Languages book INTRODUCTION TO ENGLISH SEMANTICS AND PRAGMATICS.
Semantics. The mechanization of these semantics rely on formal specification languages. They are usually conducted in order to assess the correctness of verification and transformation tools for such languages.
This contribution illustrates such a mechanization for the Clock Constraint Specification Language (CCSL).Author: Mathieu Montin, Mathieu Montin, Marc Pantel, Marc Pantel. semantics (sĭ-măn′tĭks) n. (used with a sing. or pl. verb) 1. Linguistics a. The study or science of meaning in language.
The competence of a speaker with regard to the interpretation of the meaning of linguistic structures. The study of relationships between signs and symbols and what they represent.
Also called semasiology. The. The syntax and semantics define a language; the proof rules define a proof system. Specifications are expressions in the language, and reasoning over properties of these specifications is done within the proof system.
This book presents comprehensive studies on. There are two ways to describe a language: by its syntax or by its syntax of a language is a set of rules that defines what strings of characters (sentence or statements) belong to this language; the semantics of a language describe the meaning of a given statement.
By providing a formal semantics for Z, this book justifies the claim that Z is a precise specification language, and provides a standard framework for understanding Z specifications. Z is compared with other methods such as VDM and CLEAR, and in the final chapter, a number of studies in Z style are presented to show that Z can be used in a wide.
There is also an approach to operational semantics that focuses on evaluation contexts; it has been used to study the relationships between different forms of semantic specification in languages that include control constructs [FFKD87] and the approach seems to work well for proofs that type systems exclude certain kinds of errors [WF91].
Semantics should be as much abstract and implementation-decoupled as required in order to provide for a widely applicable specification tool. To this end, this easy consider the abstract architecture for agents derived from the ontology developed in Viroli, Moro, and Omicini (), which captures the very notion of observation in computer systems.
By a specification language we understand a formal system of syntax, semantics and proof rules. The syntax and semantics define a language; the proof rules define a proof system. Specifications are expressions in the language, and reasoning over properties of these specifications is done within the.
The Formal Semantics of Programming Languages provides the basic mathematical techniques necessary for those who are beginning a study of the semantics and logics of programming languages.
These techniques will allow students to invent, formalize, and justify rules with which to reason about a variety of programming languages. Although the treatment is elementary, several of the topics covered. 1 Chapter 1 SPECIFYING SYNTAX L anguage provides a means of communication by sound and written symbols.
Human beings learn language as a consequence of their life experiences, but in linguistics—the science of languages—the forms and meanings of languages are subjected to File Size: 84KB.
Semantics of Programming Languages exposes the basic motivations and philosophy underlying the applications of semantic techniques in computer science. It introduces the mathematical theory of programming languages with an emphasis on higher-order functions and type systems.
Designed as a text for upper-level and graduate-level students, the mathematically sophisticated approach will also. Semantics in other disciplines ySemantics has been of concern to philosophers, anthropologists and psychologists yPhilosophy: Some thought that many philosophical problems can be solved by the study of 'ordinary l.'.
They argue that the nature of good and evil in moral. Get this from a library. Semantics of specification languages (SoSL): proceedings of the International Workshop on Semantics of Specification Languages, Utrecht, the Netherlands, October [Derek Andrews; J F Groote; Cornelis A Middelburg; British Computer Society.;].
semantics [Gr.,=significant] in general, the study of the relationship between words and meanings. The empirical study of word meanings and sentence meanings in existing languages is a branch of linguistics; the abstract study of meaning in relation to language or symbolic logic systems is a branch of philosophy.
Get this from a library! Logics of specification languages. [D Bjørner; Martin C Henson;] -- "By a specification language we understand a formal system of syntax, semantics and proof rules. The syntax and semantics define a language; the proof rules define a proof system.
Specifications are.Semantics 1 1 PINNING DOWN SEMANTICS Semantics is ‘the study of meaning’. For the purposes of this book, the object of study is the meaning of human language (sometimes termed ‘natural language’).
It should not be forgotten, of course, that other structured .In linguistics, language signs are constituted of four diﬀerent levels, not just two: phonology, morphology, syntax and semantics. Semantics deals with the meanings (what is signiﬁed), while the other three are all concerned with the exponent.
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