Item description for Algebraic Methods II: Theory, Tools and Applications (Lecture Notes in Computer Science) by Jan A. Bergstra...
The proper treatment and choice of the basic data structures is an important and complex part in the process of program construction. Algebraic methods provide techniques for data abstraction and the structured specification, validation and analysis of data structures. This volume originates from a workshop organized within ESPRIT Project 432 METEOR, An Integrated Formal Approach to Industrial Software Development, held in Mierlo, The Netherlands, September 1989. The volume includes five invited contributions based on workshop talks given by A. Finkelstein, P. Klint, C.A. Middelburg, E.-R. Olderog, and H.A. Partsch. Ten further papers by members of the METEOR team are based on talks given at the workshop. The workshop was a successor to an earlier one held in Passau, Germany, June 1987, the proceedings of which were published as Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Vol. 394.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.21" Width: 6.14" Height: 0.9" Weight: 1.36 lbs.
Release Date May 3, 1991
ISBN 3540539123 ISBN13 9783540539124
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More About Jan A. Bergstra
Jan Bergstra is a Dutch computer scientist, living in Utrecht. He has worked at the Institute of Applied Mathematics and Computer Science of the University of Leiden, and the Centrum Wiskunde & Informatica (CWI) in Amsterdam. In 1985 he became Professor of Programming and Software Engineering at the Informatics Institute of the University of Amsterdam and Professor of Applied Logic at Utrecht University. His work has focussed on logic and the theoretical foundations of software engineering, especially on formal methods for system design. He is best known for work on algebraic methods for the specification of data and computational processes in general. Mark Burgess is a British theoretical physicist, turned computer scientist, living in Oslo, Norway. After authoring and consulting for the IT industry and holding a number of research and teaching positions, he was appointed Professor of Network and System Administration at Oslo University College in 2005, which he held until resigning in 2011 to found the CFEngine company. He is the originator of the globally used CFEngine software as well as founder of CFEngine AS, Inc. He is the author of many books and scientific publications, and is a frequent speaker at international events.