Interface Theories for (A)synchronously Communicating Modal I/O-Transition Systems

Sebastian S. Bauer
(LMU Munich)
Rolf Hennicker
(LMU Munich)
Stephan Janisch
(LMU Munich)

Interface specifications play an important role in component-based software development. An interface theory is a formal framework supporting composition, refinement and compatibility of interface specifications. We present different interface theories which use modal I/O-transition systems as their underlying domain for interface specifications: synchronous interface theories, which employ a synchronous communication schema, as well as a novel interface theory for asynchronous communication where components communicate via FIFO-buffers.

In Axel Legay and Benoît Caillaud: Proceedings Foundations for Interface Technologies (FIT 2010), Paris, France, 30th August 2010, Electronic Proceedings in Theoretical Computer Science 46, pp. 1–8.
Published: 22nd January 2011.

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