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By N. W. P. van Diepen, H. A. Partsch (auth.), J. A. Bergstra, L. M. G. Feijs (eds.)

The right therapy and selection of the fundamental information buildings is a vital and complicated half within the strategy of application development. Algebraic tools offer options for information abstraction and the based specification, validation and research of information buildings. This quantity originates from a workshop geared up inside ESPRIT venture 432 METEOR, An built-in Formal method of commercial software program improvement, held in Mierlo, The Netherlands, September 1989. the quantity comprises 5 invited contributions according to workshop talks given through A. Finkelstein, P. Klint, C.A. Middelburg, E.-R. Olderog, and H.A. Partsch. Ten additional papers via individuals of the METEOR group are in accordance with talks given on the workshop. The workshop was once a successor to an prior one held in Passau, Germany, June 1987, the complaints of which have been released as Lecture Notes in desktop technology, Vol. 394.

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Structured Common Sense (abbreviated as SCS) is an attempt to systematically guide and organise the process by which those questions are answered (Finkelstein & Potts 1987). The structure of SCS is similar to that of conventional information systems analysis methods. It consists of a number of distinct steps some of which are performed in parallel and some sequentially. Progress through SCS is driven by a work plan. Each step has associated with it intermediate graphic representations and heuristics.

3 The NYCE M e t h o d We n o w develop the NYCE (Not Yet Completed Example) m e t h o d which consists of the ViewPoint t e m p l a t e s ST and DF s h o w n above. To do this we need to consider the relations between ViewPoints of the same d o m a i n b u t based on a different t e m p l a t e and the relations between ViewPoints based on the same template but different d o m a i n (we need, for example, to define the relations between two state transition analyses each representing a different part of the system).

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