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Tutorial on the event-based B method

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B is a method for specifying, designing and coding software systems. It is based on Zermelo-Fraenkel set theory with the axiom of choice, the concept of generalized substitution and on structuring mechanisms (machine,refinement, implementation). The concept of refinement is the key notion for developing B models of (software) systems in an incremental way. B models are accompanied by mathematical proofs that justify them. Proofs of B models convince the user (designer or specifier) that the (software) system is effectively correct. We provide a survey of the underlying logic of the B method and the semantic concepts related to the B method; we detail the B development process partially supported by the mechanical engine of the prover.
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inria-00092846 , version 1 (13-09-2006)

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Dominique Cansell, Dominique Méry. Tutorial on the event-based B method. IFIP FORTE 2006 Paris, 2006. ⟨inria-00092846⟩
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