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Using MSC and SDL Languages for Description of Network Communication

Originální název

Using MSC and SDL Languages for Description of Network Communication

Anglický název

Using MSC and SDL Languages for Description of Network Communication

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

This paper describes basic principles of MSC and SDL languages which are formalism for description of interactions among components in some system. Informal specification of systems contributes to view these systems as a black box. Behavior of each system is seems as a whole. On the other side, formal specification and description tend to reflect internal structures of the system. MSC and SDL give different views of the same system. This paper compares characteristics of MSC and SDL languages. The reactive system often consists of non-terminal and nondeterministic processes, so we can use High Level MSC, which is composed from single MSCs to specify the system. .

Anglický abstrakt

This paper describes basic principles of MSC and SDL languages which are formalism for description of interactions among components in some system. Informal specification of systems contributes to view these systems as a black box. Behavior of each system is seems as a whole. On the other side, formal specification and description tend to reflect internal structures of the system. MSC and SDL give different views of the same system. This paper compares characteristics of MSC and SDL languages. The reactive system often consists of non-terminal and nondeterministic processes, so we can use High Level MSC, which is composed from single MSCs to specify the system. .

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT30493,
  author="Roman {Trchalík} and Pavel {Očenášek} and Miroslav {Švéda}",
  title="Using MSC and SDL Languages for Description of Network Communication",
  annote="This paper describes basic principles of MSC and SDL languages which are
formalism for description of interactions among components in some system.
Informal specification of systems contributes to view these systems as a black
box. Behavior of each system is seems as a whole. On the other side, formal
specification and description tend to reflect internal structures of the system.
MSC and SDL give different views of the same system. This paper compares
characteristics of MSC and SDL languages. The reactive system often consists of
non-terminal and nondeterministic processes, so we can use High Level MSC, which
is composed from single MSCs to specify the system. .",
  address="Brno University of Technology",
  booktitle="EDS '08 IMAPS CS International Conference Proceedings",
  chapter="30493",
  edition="NEUVEDEN",
  howpublished="print",
  institution="Brno University of Technology",
  year="2008",
  month="september",
  pages="1--5",
  publisher="Brno University of Technology",
  type="conference paper"
}