By Wolfram Büttner (auth.), Egon Börger, Michael Butler, Jonathan P. Bowen, Paul Boca (eds.)
This booklet constitutes the refereed lawsuits of the 1st foreign convention of summary country Machines, B and Z, ABZ 2008, held in London, united kingdom, in September 2008. The convention at the same time included the fifteenth foreign ASM Workshop, the seventeenth overseas convention of Z clients and the eighth foreign convention at the B Method.
The forty four revised complete papers offered including four invited contributions have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from various submissions. The convention fosters the cross-fertilization of 3 rigorous equipment for the layout and research of and software program structures - either in academia and - particularly summary country Machines, B, and Z. masking quite a lot of examine spanning from theoretical and methodological foundations to instrument aid and functional functions, the contributions are prepared in topical sections on summary kingdom machines, B papers, Z papers, ABZ brief papers, and the papers of the established software program Repository community (VSR-net) workshop.
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