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Formal Methods for Open Object-Based Distributed Systems
Two of the dominant paradigms for formally describing and analysing 00 distributed systems are state based specification, e.g. Object-Z, and behavioural specification, e.g. process algebra. The style of specification embodied by the two paradigms is highly contrasting. With state based techniques the data state is explicitly defined while the temporal ordering of operations is left implicit, in contrast in behavioural techniques, no explicit data state definition is given while the temporaldoi:10.1007/978-0-387-35562-7_18 fatcat:4fqbndheevhrtn4uphcxkrxgym