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Formal methods are mathematical approaches to software and hardware computer-based system development from requirements, specification and design through to programming and implementation. They form an important theoretical underpinning for software engineering, especially where safety or security is involved. Formal methods are a useful adjunct to software testing since they help avoid errors and can also give a framework for testing. For industrial use, tool support is required.
This category has the following 18 subcategories, out of 18 total.
- ► Logical calculi (4 C, 36 P)
- ► Formal methods organizations (10 P)
- ► Z notation (18 P)
- ► Formal methods stubs (36 P)
Pages in category "Formal methods"
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