A teaching and support tool for building formal models of graphical user-interfaces
Reeves, S. (1996). A teaching and support tool for building formal models for graphical user-interfaces. In Proceedings of the 1996 International Conference on Software Engineering: Education and Practice (SE: EP ‘96) (pp. 98-105). Washington, DC, USA: IEEE Computer Society.
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In this paper we propose the design of a tool that will allow the construction of a formal, textual description of a software system even if it has a graphical user-interface as a component. An important aspect of this design is that it can be used for two purposes-the teaching of first-order logic and the formal specification of graphical user-interfaces. The design has been suggested by considering a system that has already been very successful for teaching first-order logic, namely Tarski's World.
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