Developing safety-critical or software-intensive systems is an intricate task, sinceit involves application of well-established and rigorous methods, supported bygood practices. The modelling is merely a part of this undertaking, however, itplays a significant role in the description of the system, how it will behave andwhat properties it will have. Formal methods, for instance Event-B, are utilisedin such cases to assure that the system is correct-by-construction and functionsas required. In this work we use a literature review method to collect the bodyof knowledge that would support the Event-B practitioners with modelling guidelines.We first define the domains in which the guidelines fall into and dividethem into two categories: the beginners and expert. Then we provide guidelinesas reinforcements for the generic application of Event-B and its domain-specificuse. Our goal is to increase the modelling experience of Event-B practitionerswith guidelines that are easily accessible and practical.
|Kustantaja||Turku Center for Computer Science (TUCS)|
|Tila||Julkaistu - 2018|
|OKM-julkaisutyyppi||D4 Julkaistut kehitykset tai tutkimusraportit tai tutkimukset|
- Formal modelling
- Multi-vocal literature review
- Systematic literature review
01/09/13 → 31/08/17