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Title:20 Years of Rewriting Logic
Author(s):Meseguer, José
Subject(s):rewriting logic, concurrency, logical frameworks, temporal logics, formal specification and verification, programming language semantics, networks and distributed systems, real-time systems, probabilistic systems, security, bioinformatics.
Abstract:Rewriting logic is a simple computational logic that can naturally express both concurrent computation and logical deduction with great generality. This paper provides a gentle, intuitive introduction to its main ideas, as well as a survey of the work that many researchers have carried out over the last twenty years in advancing: (i) its foundations; (ii) its semantic framework and logical framework uses; (iii) its language implementations and its formal tools; and (iv) its many applications to automated deduction, software and hardware specification and verification, security, real-time and cyber-physical systems, probabilistic systems, bioinformatics and chemical systems.
Issue Date:2012-06-29
Citation Info:Journal of Algebraic and Logic Programming
Publication Status:published or submitted for publication
Peer Reviewed:is peer reviewed
Date Available in IDEALS:2012-06-29

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