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Staff Papers

Network Vulnerability Analysis - A Formal Approach. James McDonald and John Anton. March 2001.

SPECWARE - Producing Software Correct by Construction. James McDonald and John Anton. March 2001.

The Architecture of Specware, a Formal Software Development System. Yellamraju V. Srinivas and James L. McDonald Kestrel Institute Technical Report KES.U.96.7, August 1996.

Mechanizing the Development of Software D. R. Smith. Calculational System Design, Proceedings of the International Summer School Marktoberdorf, M. Broy (Ed.), NATO ASI Series, IOS Press, Amsterdam, 1999. Kestrel Institute Technical Report KES.U.99.1, March 1999.

Planware -- Domain-Specific Synthesis of High-Performance Schedulers. Lee Blaine, Li-Mei Gilham, Junbo Liu, Douglas R. Smith, and Stephen Westfold. Proceedings of the Thirteenth Automated Software Engineering Conference, IEEE Computer Society Press, Los Alamitos, CA, October 1998, pp. 270-280. Kestrel Institute Technical Report KES.U.98.6, September 1998.

Specware®: Formal Support for Composing Software. Y. V. Srinivas and Richard Jullig, Proceedings of the Conference on Mathematics of Program Construction, Kloster Irsee, Germany, July 1995. Kestrel Institute Technical Report KES.U.94.5.

Specware® Language Manual 2.0.1. Richard Waldinger, et al. Suresoft, Inc., 1996.

Towards a Provably-Correct Implementation of the JVM Bytecode Verifier. Alessandro Coglio, Allen Goldberg, and Zhenyu Qian. Proceedings of the OOPSLA '98 Workshop on the Formal Underpinnings of Java, Vancouver, B.C., October 1998. Kestrel Institute Technical Report KES.U.98.5, August 1998.

Guest Papers

Producing More Reliable Software: Mature Software: Engineering Process vs. State-of-the-Art Technology. Widmaier, J, C. Smidts, and X. Huang. University of Maryland Reliability Engineering Program, 2000.

User Papers

Creating High Confidence in a Separation Kernel. Abstract. W.B. Martin, P.D. White, and F.S. Taylor. Automated Software Engineering, Vol. 9 no. 3, August 2002, pp. 263-284.

Systems Synthesis: Towards a new paradigm and discipline for knowledge, software, and system development and maintenance. Keith Williamson. Mathematics and Computing Technolgy, Boeing Phantom Works, March 2001. 

Industrial Applications of Software Synthesis via Category Theory - Case Studies Using Specware. Williamson, K. et. al. Journal of Automated Software Engineering, Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2001.

Reuse of Knowledge at an Appropriate Level of Abstraction. Williamson, K. et. al. Case Studies Using Specware, Springer Lecture Notes in Computer Science #1844, International Conference on Software Reuse, 2000.

Applying Category Theory to Derive Engineering Software from Encoded Knowledge. Abstract. M. Healy and K. Williamson. (Invited Paper). In, T. Rus, ed., Algebraic Methodology and Software Technology, 8th International Conference, AMAST 2000, Iowa City, Iowa, USA, May 2000, Proceedings. Lecture Notes in Computer Science #1816, Springer-Verlag: New York. pp. 484-498. 

Deriving Engineering Software from Requirements. Williamson, K. and Healy, M. Journal of Intelligent Manufacturing, Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2000.
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