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Technical Report

A Case Study in Integrated Assertion-Based Verification with Omnibus

Citation
Wilson T, Maharaj S & Clark R (2009) A Case Study in Integrated Assertion-Based Verification with Omnibus. Technical Report CSM, 176. Department of Computing Science and Mathematics, University of Stirling.

Abstract
We present the example of the specification, implementation, and verification of a library system in Omnibus. Three approaches to verification (runtime assertion checking, extended static checking, and full formal verification) are applied to the example, and we compare the ease of use and the error coverage of each approach. We then discuss how the three approaches may be used together within Omnibus in an integrated manner, explain the benefits of this, and show how integration is supported by the Omnibus IDE.

Keywords
static checking; run-time checking; integrated formal methods; object-oriented; Formal methods (Computer science); Decision Making, Computer-Assisted

StatusPublished
Author(s)Wilson, Thomas; Maharaj, Savi; Clark, Robert
Title of seriesTechnical Report CSM
Number in series176
Publication date31/01/2009
URLhttp://hdl.handle.net/1893/1578
PublisherDepartment of Computing Science and Mathematics, University of Stirling
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