MENDELS: Concurrent program synthesis system using temporal logic A concurrent program synthesis system called MENDELS is proposed. A concurrent programming language MENDEL/87, that is a target language for program synthesis, is also provided. MENDELS consists of two parts: (1) retrieving and interconnecting reusable components from I/O data specifications, and (2) synthesizing a synchronization supervisor from a propositional temporal logic specification. MENDELS has been implemented in PROLOG on a PROLOG machine. MENDELS is a subsystem of the intelligent programming environment MENDELS ZONE.
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- Uchihira, Naoshi; Matsumoto, Kazunori; Honiden, Shinichi; Nakamura, Hideo: MENDELS: Concurrent program synthesis system using temporal logic (1988)