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The event NameAddress is encoded by the entity NameAddress inherited from TRANSITION. ev1 = 3). g. ev1 − 1). The unchanged variables remain unchanged from DepState to ArrState. , cst4). The other events have not been introduced to keep this paper in a reasonable length. The EXPRESS models are checked by providing a set of instances. The consistency of this set is ensured by data type, unicity, local and global constraints. name; ... ev1 <> 0)))); END RULE ; ... Fig. 12. ); #19=INITIALISATION(#1); #20=NAMEADDRESS(#1,#2); #21=INPUTNAME(#2,#3); #22=INPUTNAME(#3,#4); #23=INPUTADDRESS(#4,#5); #24=SEARCH(#5,#6); #25=RESULTQUERY(#6,#7); #26=QUERY(#7,#8); #37=VAL TRACE((#19,#20,#21,#22,#23,#24,#25,#26)) ENDSEC; Fig.
In addition to the diﬀerent invariants and assertions, the event B model traces can be controlled by a process algebra expression (with interleaving semantics) to deﬁne the behavior expected for this model (③ on ﬁgure 15). For example, we deﬁne for the model in Figure 11, the following behavior: “NameAddress ; InputName ; InputAddress ; Search ; ResultQuery ; Query” (“;” indicates the sequence). Thus, if the event InputAdress is triggered before InputName, an error will be detected.
It satisﬁes both Req1 and Req2 ) iﬀ it lies in the range of H. The following theorem indicates that healthy designs are closed under the conventional programming combinators. 4 (1) H(P Q) = H(P ) H(Q) (2) H(P ✁ b ✄ Q) = H(P ) ✁ b ✄ H(Q) (3) H(P ; H(Q)) = H(P ); H(Q) In the following sections, we will conﬁne ourselves to healthy designs only. 3 Programs This section studies a simple programming language, which extends the Guarded Command Language  by adding coordination constructs. The syntax of the language is as follows: P ::= skip | fail | throw | ⊥ | x := e | P P | P ✁ b ✄ P | P ; P | b ∗H P | P cpens P | P else P | P catch P | P or P | P par P | In the following discussion, v will represent the program variables referred in the alphabet of the program.