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|Title: ||A formal approach to determining parallel resource bindings|
|Authors: ||Hussak, Walter|
Keane, John A.
|Issue Date: ||1994|
|Publisher: ||© IEEE|
|Citation: ||KEANE, J.A. and HUSSAK, W., 1994. A formal approach to determining parallel resource bindings. IN: Proceedings, IEEE International Conference on Software Engineering. IC SE-16, Sorrento, Italy, 16-21 May 1994, pp. 15-22|
|Abstract: ||The paper investigates the nature of the design process for parallel operating systems. It proposes a temporal logic-based formal methodology addressing the high-level design of such systems. In operating systems design, much use is made of the informal notion of resource bindings. A way of improving the high-level design of parallel systems is proposed by providing a formal language for enumerating the design space and thus enabling all high-level design alternatives to be represented. A design process to be used with this language is given, the aim being to establish the most appropriate binding. The process is temporal logic-based and permits high level design of parallel systems to be analysed, tested and, in certain cases, formally verified before implementation is embarked upon|
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