- Software engineering with process algebra: Modelling client / server architecures
- Number of pages
- onbekend: Afdeling Informatica
- Programming Research Group electronic report series
- Volume | Edition (Serie)
- Document type
- Faculty of Science (FNWI)
- Informatics Institute (IVI)
In previous work we described how the process algebra based language PSF can be used in software engineering, using the ToolBus, a coordination architecture also based on process algebra, as implementation model. We also described this software development process more formally by presenting the tools we use in this process in a CASE setting, leading to the PSF-ToolBus software engineering environment. In this article we summarize that work and describe a similar software development process for implementation of software systems using a client / server model and present this in a CASE setting as well.
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