A rewriting semantics for a software architecture description language Distributed and concurrent application invariably have coordination requirements. The design of those applications, composed by several (possibly distributed) components, has to consider coordination requirements comprising inter-component interaction styles, and intra-component concurrency and synchronization aspects. In our approach coordination aspects are treated in the software architecture level and can be specified in high-level contracts in CBabel ADL. A rewriting logic semantics for the software architecture description language CBabel is given, revisiting and extending previous work by some of the authors, which now includes a revision of the previous semantics and the addition of new features covering all the language. The CBabel tool is also presented. The CBabel tool is a prototype executable environment for CBabel, that implements the given CBabel’s rewriting logic semantics and allows the execution and verification of CBabel descriptions in the Maude system, an implementation of rewriting logic. In this way, software architectures describing complex applications can be formally verified regarding properties such as deadlock and synchronization consistency in the software architecture design phase of its life cycle.
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- Bruni, Roberto; Lluch Lafuente, Alberto; Montanari, Ugo: Hierarchical design rewriting with Maude (2009)
- Rademaker, Alexandre; Braga, Christiano; Sztajnberg, Alexandre: A rewriting semantics for a software architecture description language (2005)