The specification language developed by CoFI is called Casl: the Common Algebraic Specification Language. Its main features are as follows: Casl is based on a critical selection of known constructs. It is an expressive, simple, pragmatic language. It is suitable for specifying requirements and design for conventional software packages It has restrictions to various sublanguages. It has extensions to higher-order, state-based, concurrent, and other languages. Use of Casl is supported by tools.

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  2. Găină, Daniel: Birkhoff style calculi for hybrid logics (2017)
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  7. Diaconescu, Răzvan: Functorial semantics of first-order views (2016)
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  9. Madeira, Alexandre; Barbosa, Luis S.; Hennicker, Rolf; Martins, Manuel A.: Dynamic logic with binders and its application to the development of reactive systems (2016)
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  19. James, Phillip; Roggenbach, Markus: Encapsulating formal methods within domain specific languages: a solution for verifying railway scheme plans (2014)
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