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In particular, the strong focus of attention in the past has been on the foundations of specification languages and there has therefore been comparatively little work on putting them into practice. This is an issue that needs to be addressed in the future for algebraic specification in general. One effort in this direction is the Common Framework Initiative (CoFI) which developed Casl as the basis of an attempt to create a focal point for future joint work on algebraic specifications and a platform for exploitation of past and present work on methodology, support tools, etc.
Broy, F. Dederichs, C. Dendorfer, M. Fuchs, T. Gritzner, and R. Weber. The design of distributed systems: an introduction to focus. Report TUM–I9203, Institut f¨ ur Informatik, Technische Universit¨ at M¨ unchen, 1992. [BFG+ 93] M. Broy, C. Facchi, R. Grosu, R. Hettler, H. Hußmann, D. Nazareth, F. Regensburger, and K. Stølen (The Munich Spectrum Group). 0, Part I. Technical Report TUM–19311, TUM– 19312, Institut f¨ ur Informatik, Technische Universit¨ at M¨ unchen, 1993. [BG77] R. Burstall and J.
8 specification languages by Sannella D.