FM’99 — Formal Methods

World Congress on Formal Methods in the Development of Computing Systems Toulouse, France, September 20–24, 1999 Proceedings, Volume I

  • Jeannette M. Wing
  • Jim Woodcock
  • Jim Davies
Conference proceedings FM 1999

Part of the Lecture Notes in Computer Science book series (LNCS, volume 1708)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages I-XVIII
  2. Invited Papers

  3. Integration into the Development Process

    1. Henk Eertink, Wil Janssen, Paul Oude Luttighuis, Wouter Teeuw, Chris Vissers
      Pages 76-95
  4. Software Architecture

    1. Jan Philipps, Bernhard Rumpe
      Pages 96-115
    2. John Herbert, Bruno Dutertre, Robert Riemenschneider, Victoria Stavridou
      Pages 116-133
  5. European Association for Theoretical Computer Science (EATCS)

  6. Model Checking

    1. Frank Reffe, Stefan Edelkamp
      Pages 195-211
    2. R. Alur, J. Esposito, M. Kim, V. Kumar, I. Lee
      Pages 212-232
    3. Stavros Tripakis, Karine Altisen
      Pages 233-252
    4. Jean-Michel Couvreur
      Pages 253-271
    5. David Déharbe, Anamaria Martins Moreira
      Pages 272-288
    6. Roberto Barbuti, Nicoletta De Francesco, Antonella Santone, Gigliola Vaglini2
      Pages 289-306
    7. Marius Bozga, Jean-Claude Fernandez, Lucian Ghirvu, Susanne Graf, Jean-Pierre Krimm, Laurent Mounier
      Pages 307-327
  7. The B Method

    1. Patrick Behm, Paul Benoit, Alain Faivre, Jean-Marc Meynadier
      Pages 369-387
    2. Brian Matthews, Elvira Locuratolo
      Pages 388-410
    3. Martin Büchi, Ralph Back
      Pages 431-451
    4. César Muñoz, John Rushby
      Pages 452-471
    5. Salimeh Behnia, Hélène Waeselynck
      Pages 509-528
  8. Composition and Synthesis

    1. Richard F. Paige, Eric C. R. Hehner
      Pages 530-550
    2. Enn Tyugu, Mihhail Matskin, Jaan Penjam
      Pages 551-569
  9. Telecommunications

    1. Andre Wong, Marsha Chechik
      Pages 590-607
    2. Igor Burdonov, Alexander Kossatchev, Alexander Petrenko, Dmitri Galter
      Pages 608-621
    3. Nisse Husberg, Tapio Manner
      Pages 642-661
    4. Jean-FranÇois Monin, Francis Klay
      Pages 662-681
  10. Security

    1. Fred Gilham, R. A. Riemenschneider, Victoria Stavridou
      Pages 701-717
    2. Volkmar Lotz, Volker Kessler, Georg Walter
      Pages 718-737
    3. Steve Schneider
      Pages 738-757
    4. P. Lincoln, J. Mitchell, M. Mitchell, A. Scedrovy
      Pages 776-793
    5. Riccardo Focardi, Fabio Martinelli
      Pages 794-813
    6. Paul F. Syverson, Stuart G. Stubblebine
      Pages 814-833
  11. Object-Orientation

    1. Richard F. Paige, Jonathan S. Ostroff
      Pages 834-853
    2. Luis Mandel, María Victoria Cengarle
      Pages 854-874
    3. Eric Meyer, Jeanine Souquières
      Pages 875-895
  12. Verifying Consistency and Validity of Formal

Other volumes

  1. FM’99 — Formal Methods
    World Congress on Formal Methods in the Development of Computing Systems Toulouse, France, September 20–24, 1999 Proceedings, Volume I
  2. World Congress on Formal Methods in the Development of Computing Systems Toulouse, France, September 20–24, 1999 Proceedings, Volume II

About these proceedings


Formal methods are coming of age. Mathematical techniques and tools are now regarded as an important part of the development process in a wide range of industrial and governmental organisations. A transfer of technology into the mainstream of systems development is slowly, but surely, taking place. FM’99, the First World Congress on Formal Methods in the Development of Computing Systems, is a result, and a measure, of this new-found maturity. It brings an impressive array of industrial and applications-oriented papers that show how formal methods have been used to tackle real problems. These proceedings are a record of the technical symposium ofFM’99:alo- side the papers describingapplicationsofformalmethods,youwill ndtechnical reports,papers,andabstracts detailing new advances in formaltechniques,from mathematical foundations to practical tools. The World Congress is the successor to the four Formal Methods Europe Symposia, which in turn succeeded the four VDM Europe Symposia. This s- cession re?ects an increasing openness within the international community of researchers and practitioners: papers were submitted covering a wide variety of formal methods and application areas. The programmecommittee re?ects the Congress’s international nature, with a membership of 84 leading researchersfrom 38 di erent countries.The comm- tee was divided into 19 tracks, each with its own chair to oversee the reviewing process. Our collective task was a di cult one: there were 259 high-quality s- missions from 35 di erent countries.


Abstract State Machines Algebraic Methods Formal Methods Formal Specification Hardware/Software Co-design Model Checking Program Verification Refinement Safety-Critical Systems Software Testing System Security architecture communication formal method model

Editors and affiliations

  • Jeannette M. Wing
    • 1
  • Jim Woodcock
    • 2
  • Jim Davies
    • 2
  1. 1.Computer Science DepartmentCarnegie Mellon UniversityPittsburghUSA
  2. 2.Oxford University Computing LaboratorySoftware Engineering ProgrammeOxfordUK

Bibliographic information

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  • Copyright Information Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 1999
  • Publisher Name Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg
  • eBook Packages Springer Book Archive
  • Print ISBN 978-3-540-66587-8
  • Online ISBN 978-3-540-48119-5
  • Series Print ISSN 0302-9743
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