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Requirements Engineering, IEEE International Conference on (2000)
Schaumburg, Illinois
June 19, 2000 to June 23, 2000
ISSN: 1097-0592
ISBN: 0-7695-0565-1
pp: 61
Linda B. Sherrell , University of West Florida
In order for formal methods to achieve widespread acceptance, associated tools must become more accessible to the average user. This work describes ZEM (Z Embedded in Mathematica), a new tool supporting the major phases of the requirements analysis life cycle. ZEM is best described as an animator for Z specifications with a theorem-proving component. The overall goal in its design has been twofold: 1) to encourage the use of formal methods by a wider group of practitioners and 2) to provide an environment that facilitates exploratory prototyping.

L. B. Sherrell, "Z Specifications Meet Mathematica for Exploratory Prototyping," Requirements Engineering, IEEE International Conference on(ICRE), Schaumburg, Illinois, 2000, pp. 61.
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