Towards Generating SPARK from Event-B Models

This paper presents an approach to generate SPARK code from Event-B models. System models in Event-B are translated into SPARK packages including proof annotations. Properties of the Event-B models such as axioms and invariants are also translated and emb

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Brijesh Dongol Elena Troubitsyna (Eds.)

Integrated Formal Methods 16th International Conference, IFM 2020 Lugano, Switzerland, November 16–20, 2020 Proceedings

Lecture Notes in Computer Science Founding Editors Gerhard Goos, Germany Juris Hartmanis, USA

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Integrated Formal Methods 16th International Conference, IFM 2020 Lugano, Switzerland, November 16–20, 2020 Proceedings


Editors Brijesh Dongol University of Surrey Guildford, UK

Elena Troubitsyna Royal Institute of Technology - KTH Stockholm, Sweden

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