Anderson, G., Reeve, G. & Reeves, S. (2001). Idioms for -charts. In 2001 Australian Software Engineering Conference: proceedings, 27-28 August 2001, Canberra, Australia. (pp. 224-231). Los Alamitos, Calif.: IEEE Computer Society Press.
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This paper presents an idiomatic construct for µ-charts which reflects the high-level specification construct of synchronization between activities. This, amongst others, has emerged as a common and useful idea during our use of µ-charts to design and specify commonly-occurring reactive systems. The purpose of this example, apart from any inherent interest in being able to use synchronization in a specification, is to show how the very simple language of µ-charts can used as a basis for a more expressive language built by definitional extension.
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