Description 
1 online resource (x, 223 pages) : illustrations 
Series 
Lecture notes in computer science, 03029743 ; 10644 

LNCS sublibrary. SL 1, Theoretical computer science and general issues 

Lecture notes in computer science ; 10644. 03029743


LNCS sublibrary. SL 1, Theoretical computer science and general issues.

Contents 
Intro  Preface  Organization  Contents  Abstracts of Invited Talks  Advances in Verification of Multiagent Systems  References  The Distributed Ontology, Model and Specification Language  DOL  References  Full Papers of Invited Talks  Theorising Monitoring: Algebraic Models of Web Monitoring in Organisations  1 Introduction  2 Concepts and Principles of Monitoring and Interventions  2.1 The Approach  2.2 Conceptual Framework for Monitoring  3 Monitoring Behaviour Modelled by Streams  3.1 Monitoring Streams  3.2 Storage  3.3 Interventions for Streams 

4 Monitoring in Organisations  4.1 Why Employee Monitoring?  4.2 What Might Be Monitored and How?  4.3 Organisational Web Monitoring  5 Stream Model of Organisation Monitoring: Context  5.1 Organisation: Entities, Identity and Characteristics  5.2 Web Examples  5.3 Modelling Web Behaviour  6 Stream Model of Organisation Monitoring: Observation, Judgement, Monitoring  6.1 Web Content Observation  6.2 Data Usage Observation  6.3 Records  6.4 Monitoring  7 Stream Model of Organisation Monitoring: Storage  7.1 Histories, Thresholds and Queries 

7.2 Data and Operations for Storage  8 Interventions  9 Concluding Remarks  9.1 The Monitoring Stack  9.2 Next Steps  References  Survey Papers  Asymmetric Combination of Logics is Functorial: A Survey  1 Introduction  1.1 Motivation and Context  1.2 Contributions and Roadmap  2 Combination of Logics: A Brief Overview  3 Asymmetric Combination of Logics (Institutionally)  3.1 Institutions  3.2 An Institutional Rendering of Asymmetric Combinations of Logics  4 Asymmetric Combinations of Logics as Functors  4.1 Lifting Comorphisms 

4.2 Property Preservation (Conservativity and Equivalence)  4.3 Natural Transformations  5 Conclusions and Future Work  References  Algebraic Model Management: A Survey  1 Introduction  2 Model Management  2.1 Schema Mapping  2.2 Query Generation  2.3 Mapping Inversion  2.4 Mapping Composition  2.5 Schema Matching  2.6 Further References  3 Algebraic Model Management  3.1 Algebraic Databases  3.2 Schema Mapping  3.3 Query Generation  3.4 Mapping Composition  3.5 Mapping Inversion  3.6 Schema Matching  4 Conclusion  References  Regular Papers 

Probability Functions in the Context of Signed Involutive Meadows (Extended Abstract)  1 Introduction  1.1 A Survey of Design Options for the Inverse of 0  1.2 Working with Involutive Ring Based Meadows  2 Boolean Algebras and Meadows  2.1 Boolean Algebras  2.2 Valuated Boolean Algebras and Some Naming Conventions  2.3 Events and Signed Meadows  3 Signed Meadow Based Probability Calculus  3.1 Equational Axioms for a Probability Function  3.2 Conditional Probability as a Total Operator: Four Options  3.3 Independence of Events 
Summary 
This book constitutes the thoroughly refereed postconference proceedings of the 23rd IFIP WG 1.3 International Workshop on Algebraic Development Techniques, WADT 2016, held in September 2016 in Gregynog, UK. The 9 revised papers presented together with two invited talks, one invited paper and two survey papers were carefully reviewed and selected from numerous submissions and focus on foundations of algebraic specification; other approaches to formal specification, including process calculi and models of concurrent, distributed and mobile computing; specification languages, methods, and environments; semantics of conceptual modeling methods and techniques; modeldriven development; graph transformations, term rewriting and proof systems; integration of formal specification techniques; formal testing and quality assurance, validation, and verification areas, broadly falling into three categories: multimedia content analysis; multimedia signal processing and communications; and multimedia applications and services 
Notes 
Includes author index 

Online resource; title from PDF title page (SpringerLink, viewed December 14, 2017) 
Subject 
Computer software  Development  Congresses


Computer science  Mathematics  Congresses


Formal methods (Computer science)  Congresses


Mathematical theory of computation.


Software Engineering.


Programming & scripting languages: general.


Computer modelling & simulation.


Mathematical foundations.


Computer programming  software development.


Mathematics  Logic.


Computers  Software Development & Engineering  General.


Computers  Programming Languages  General.


Computers  Computer Simulation.


Computers  Programming  General.


Computer science  Mathematics.


Computer software  Development.


Formal methods (Computer science)

Genre/Form 
Electronic books


Conference papers and proceedings.


Conference papers and proceedings.


Actes de congrĂ¨s.

Form 
Electronic book

Author 
James, Phillip (Phillip D.), editor.


Roggenbach, Markus, editor.

ISBN 
9783319720449 

3319720449 

3319720430 

9783319720432 