By Rajeev Alur (auth.), José Meseguer, Grigore Roşu (eds.)

This booklet constitutes the refereed court cases of the twelfth foreign convention on Algebraic technique and software program know-how, AMAST 2008, held in Urbana, IL, united states, in July 2008.

The 28 revised complete papers provided including three invited talks have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from fifty eight submissions. one of the issues coated are all present concerns in formal equipment with regards to algebraic and logical foundations, software program expertise, and to programming technique together with concurrent and reactive platforms, evolutionary software/adaptive structures, common sense and useful programming, item paradigms, constraint programming and concurrency, application verification and transformation, programming calculi, specification languages and instruments, formal specification and improvement case stories, common sense, classification idea, relation algebra, computational algebra, algebraic foundations for languages and structures, coinduction, theorem proving and logical frameworks for reasoning, logics of courses, in addition to algebra and coalgebra.

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The solution is obtained using a computer/user dialog where computer prompts the student using usual terms of high-school algebra. Assuming that the computer prompt is % this dialog could be: %Enter a (student types 1) %Enter b (student types 4) %Enter c (student types 4) In few fractions of second the computer prints: % Solution: x1 = -2, x2 = -2. Liberate Computer User from Programming 29 There are a few key things to note. The first is that we initiate the virtual machine by giving it the component of the domain algorithm to start the computation.

Identifying domain characteristic concepts whose computational meaning is: (a) universal in the domain, (b) standalone, and (c) composable. 2. Organizing domain characteristic concepts identified at (1) using a domain ontology [NM] which evolves with the domain knowledge evolution. 3. Developing a notation to be used by the domain expert to express problem models and solution algorithms and allow domain algorithm execution in the domain environment. 1 Domain Characteristic Concepts Domain characteristic concepts represent domain perennial knowledge that characterize domain cognition process.

In: Handbook on Ontologies, pp. 51–65. : When and how to develop domainspecific languages. : G¨ odel’s Proof. : Formal requirements for virtualizable third generation architectures. Comm. M. : How To Solve It. : Application driven software development. : Toward application driven software technology. : Making programming easier for children. : Creativity support tools – accelerating discovery and innovation. Comm. : The Death of Computer Languages, The Birth of Intentional Programming. , Studer, R.