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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
The application of formal techniques can contribute much to the quality of software, which is of utmost importance for safety-critical embedded systems. These techniques, however, are not easy to apply. In particular, methodological guidance is often unsatisfactory. We address this problem by the concept of an agenda. An agenda is a list of activities to be performed for solving a task in software engineering. Agendas used to support the application of formal speci cation techniques providedoi:10.1007/bfb0053585 fatcat:o53g6b3vxzdkfmjuushlpqdhlq