Using a Declarative Language to Build an Experimental Analysis Tool
In this paper we give a brief summary of our experience in using a declarative language, Prolog, to develop an experimental formal analysis tool, the NRL Protocol Analyzer, which was updated and modified over the years to incorporate new theories and techniques. We discuss the benefits of using such an approach, and also some of the downsides.. . .
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