Issue No. 05 - September (1980 vol. 6)
V.R. Basili , Department of Computer Science, University of Maryland
This paper discusses axiomatic and functional models of the semantics of structured programming. The models are presented together with their respective methodologies for proving program correctness and for deriving correct programs. Examples using these methodologies are given. Finally, the models are compared and contrasted.
structured programming, Axiomatic correctness, functional correctness, program derivation
V. Basili and R. Noonan, "A Comparison of the Axiomatic and Functional Models of Structured Programming," in IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering, vol. 6, no. , pp. 454-465, 1980.