By Mike Spivey (auth.)
This ebook constitutes the refereed complaints of the 1st overseas convention of B and Z clients, ZB 2000, held in York, united kingdom in August/September 2000.
The 25 revised complete papers provided including 4 invited contributions have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen for inclusion within the ebook. The ebook records the new advances for the Z formal specification thought and for the B process; the total scope, starting from foundational and theoretical matters to complex functions, instruments, and case experiences, is covered.
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For a table Tf derived from the rule R6Ass D, the primary key is composed of the attributes corresponding to the functions of the parallel product. For example, (numor1 , numpr1 ) is the primary key of Concerns table. Other injective functions defined on TA are translated by a UNIQUE constraint on the corresponding attributes. T4. Definition of Referential Constraints. Referential constraints ”replace” the associations of the UML class diagram. Let us suppose that f is an association from C to D, TC and TD are the corresponding tables.
T5. Mapping of Given Sets. The mapping of a given set depends on its type: – an enumerate set is used as a target set in the typing of a function fi . Thus, it is translated by a SQL domain definition which becomes the type of the corresponding attribute. Refining a B Specification into a Relational Database Implementation 37 – an abstract given set is used in the typing of a class variable. If no property is specified on the given set, it is just ignored in the mapping phase. Otherwise the property is mapped by a constraint on the table corresponding to the class variable.
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