Provably Correct Systems: Community, Connections, and Citations.

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Bowen, J. (2017). Provably Correct Systems: Community, Connections, and Citations. in: Hinchey, MG, Bowen, JP and Olderog, E-R (ed.) Provably Correct Systems Springer. pp. 313-328
AuthorsBowen, J.
EditorsHinchey, MG, Bowen, JP and Olderog, E-R
Abstract

Abstract The original European ESPRIT ProCoS I and II projects on Provably Correct Systems took place around a quarter of a century ago. Since then, the legacy of the initiative has spawned many researchers with careers in formal methods, forming
a community of researchers with a common interest in this area. This paper uses one of the leaders on the ProCoS initiative, Ernst-Rudiger Olderog, as an example in demonstrating connections within and around the ProCoS research community. This is formalized using the Z notation to make the description more precise, especially with respect to collaborations undertaken through coauthorship of publications and subsequent citations to this research output. Matching visualizations of the relationships are included. The social science concept of a Community of Practice (CoP) is
introduced in this context. Finally, consideration of citation metrics is also included.

Page range313-328
Year2017
Book titleProvably Correct Systems
PublisherSpringer
SeriesNASA Monographs in Systems and Software Engineering
ISBN978-3-319-48627-7
Publication dates
Print01 Mar 2017
Publication process dates
Deposited21 May 2018
Accepted01 Jan 2017
Web address (URL)https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-48628-4
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