1. Andrew Butterfield
  2. UTP-Calculator

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This is a Haskell Library Package for doing UTP semantics calculations, as described in the paper:

Andrew Butterfield, "UTPCalc - A Calculator for UTP Predicates", in Jonathan P. Bowen, Huibiao Zhu (eds.), 6th International Symposium, UTP2016, Reykjavik, Iceland, June 4-5 2016, Revised Selected Papers, LNCS 10134, Springer, ppX-X+19, 2017. DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-52228-9 10

The final uploaded version of the UTP2016 paper, before publisher proofing, is at the UTP2016-final tag.

Subsequent commits reflect on-going development up to the tag RGAlgebra-0.2

There is no commit indicated in the repo that matches the calculator example shown in the paper. An attempt was made to find such a commit it seems not to exist.

The general library modules that make up the calculator have moved to a new location (Github) under a new name:

proglogcalc : Programmable Logic Calculator.

This repo has been re-configured to use proglogcalc as a submodule and will continue to be used to support my UTP theory building work.

How do I get set up?

  1. Use git to pull the proglogcalc submodule
  2. To build, use stack ghci
  3. From within the interpreter just use :l ModuleName, where ModuleName is one of the following:
  4. Views - an inital UTP semantics for the basline Command language in the POPL13 Views paper.
  5. UTCPLaws - UTP semantics for Unifying Theories of COncurrent Programming
  6. Root - revisiting the semantics in Views/UTCPLaws with a simpler label generation scheme
  7. RGAlgebra - axiomatising the Rely/Guarantee Algebra presented by Ian Hayes at. al at FM2016 in Cyprus.

At the time of writing, Views and UTCP* are deprecated whilst Root and RGAlgebra are current.

Contribution guidelines

This repo will not accept outside contributions. The new proglogcalc repo will.

Who do I talk to?

  • Repo owner : andrewbutterfield