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- Touch of Class: Learning to Program Well with Objects and Contracts
- Sets, Logic and Maths for Computing
- Computer Aided Verification: 19th International Conference, CAV 2007, Berlin, Germany, July 3-7, 2007, Proceedings
- Computer Aided Verification: 21st International Conference, CAV 2009, Grenoble, France, June 26 – July 2, 2009, Proceedings
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Posted: 01 Jul 2009 04:01 PM PDT
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From object technology pioneer and ETH Zurich professor Bertrand Meyer, winner of the Jolt award and the ACM Software System Award, a revolutionary textbook that makes learning programming fun and rewarding. Meyer builds his presentation on a rich object-oriented software system supporting graphics and multimedia, which students can use to produce impressive applications from day one, then understand inside out as they learn new programming techniques.
Unique to Touch of Class is a combination of a practical, hands-on approach to programming with the introduction of sound theoretical support focused on helping students learn the construction of high quality software. The use of full color brings exciting programming concepts to life.
Among the useful features of the book is the use of Design by Contract, critical to software quality and providing a gentle introduction to formal methods.
Will give students a major advantage by teaching professional-level techniques in a literate, relaxed and humorous way.
Posted: 01 Jul 2009 03:59 PM PDT
University studies in computing require the ability to pass from a concrete problem to an abstract representation, reason with the abstract structure, and return with useful solutions to the specific situation.
The tools for developing these skills are in part qualitative – concepts such as set, relation, function, and structures such as trees and well-founded orders. They are also in part quantitative – notably elementary combinatorics and finite probability. Recurring in all of these are instruments of proof, both purely logical ones (such as proof by contradiction) and mathematical (the various forms of induction).
• Explains the basic mathematical tools required by students as they set out in their studies of Computer or Information Science
• Explores the interplay between qualitative thinking and calculation
• Teaches the material as a language for thinking, as much as knowledge to be acquired
• Uses an intuitive approach with a focus on examples for all general concepts
• Provides numerous exercises, solutions and proofs to deepen and test the reader's understanding
• Includes highlight boxes that raise common queries and clear away confusions
• Tandems with additional electronic resources including slides on author’s website
Posted: 01 Jul 2009 03:57 PM PDT
This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 19th International Conference on Computer Aided Verification, CAV 2007, held in Berlin, Germany July 2007 in conjunction with the 14th Workshop on Model Checking Software, SPIN 2007.
The 33 revised full papers presented together with 14 tool papers and 3 invited papers and 4 invited tutorials were carefully reviewed and selected from 134 regular paper and 39 tool paper submissions. All current issues in computer aided verification and model checking – from foundational and methodological issues ranging to the evaluation of major tools and systems are addressed. The papers are organized in topical sections on compositionality, verification process, timed synthesis and games, inifinite state verification, tool environments, shapes, concurrent programm verification, reactive designs, parallelisation, constraints and decisions, probabilistic verification, abstraction, assume-guarantee reasoning, hybrid systems, program analysis, as well as SAT and decision procedures.
Posted: 01 Jul 2009 03:56 PM PDT
This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 21st International Conference on Computer Aided Verification, CAV 2009, held in Grenoble, France, in June/July 2009.
The 36 revised full papers presented together with 16 tool papers and 4 invited talks and 4 invited tutorials were carefully reviewed and selected from 135 regular paper and 34 tool paper submissions. The papers are dedicated to the advancement of the theory and practice of computer-aided formal analysis methods for hardware and software systems; their scope ranges from theoretical results to concrete applications, with an emphasis on practical verification tools and the underlying algorithms and techniques.
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