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The abstract machine notation is a specification language and programming language for specifying abstract machines in the B method, based on the mathematical theory of generalised substitutions.
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8th IFIP International Conference, EHCI 2001, Toronto, Canada, May 11-13, 2001. Revised Papers by Murray R. Little, Laurence Nigay
The abstract machine notation is the basic mechanism of the B method. J.-R. Abrial defined three kinds of machines identified by the keywords MACHINE, REFINEMENT and IMPLEMENTATION. The first one ...
by Stephen J. Goldsack, Stuart J.H. Kent
The B Abstract Machine Notation is a formal specification language, which also contains elements which are close to conventional 3rd generation programming language constructs, particularly those of Ada. A brief introduction to the syntax of ...
by J.K. Petersen
AMN See Abstract Machine Notation. AMP See advanced metal powder. ampacity The current-carrying capability, in amperes, of a circuit or cable. Typically ampacity is specified in product descriptions to indicate various types of cable ...
by J.K. Petersen
Abstract Machine Notation AMN. A language for specifying and designing software systems of relevance to abstract machines (virtual robots could be considered a type of abstract machine). See B-Technologies. abstract syntax A means of ...
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