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A formal specification animator interprets and executes specifications to give them the appearance of liveliness. This can be used to identify errors in a specification because it provides concrete examples of the behaviour of the specification. By providing a suitable user interface, it allows users unfamiliar with specification languages and notations to interact with the specification. In this paper, we exploit the similarities between animation and testing, and present a method thatdoi:10.1109/apaqs.2001.990027 dblp:conf/apaqs/MillerS01 fatcat:bjmccxykxzbpjjmkwl32jibblm