by Leslie Lamport
Publisher: Addison-Wesley Professional 2002
Number of pages: 382
This book shows how to write unambiguous specifications of complex computer systems. The first part provides an introduction to specification, explaining how to describe the behavioral properties of a system. The second part covers liveness and fairness, real-time properties, and composition. Final two parts provide a complete reference manual for the TLA+ language and tools, as well as a handy mini-manual.
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by C.A.R. Hoare - Prentice Hall
CSP is a language for describing patterns of interaction. It is supported by an elegant mathematical theory, a set of proof tools, and an extensive literature. The book is an excellent introduction to the language, and also to the mathematical theory.
by Shane Pinder - InTech
The book surveys the disciplines that inhabit the study and practice of human-computer interaction. The authors are passionate advocates of innovative applications, novel approaches, and modern advances in this exciting and developing field.
by Mathias Ekstedt - Industrial Info Systems
This book is the result of innumerable longwinded, oftentimes unnecessarily complicated, discussions between the authors on the nature of software engineering, machines, minds, design, software, engineering, organizations and more.
by Mike Perry, Nasko Oskov - UIUC
An introduction to reverse engineering software under both Linux and Windows. The author uses the Scientific Method to deduce specific behavior and to target, analyze, extract and modify specific operations of a program for interoperability purposes.