PD 6602:1996, CENELEC Report R117-007:1995 - Recommendations on necessary concepts to model behavioural semantics

PD 6602:1996, CENELEC Report R117-007:1995

Recommendations on necessary concepts to model behavioural semantics

Status : Withdrawn   Published : September 1996

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Proposes a modelling method based on constrained sets for information models within the electronic design (ECAD) community.




Standard NumberPD 6602:1996, CENELEC Report R117-007:1995
TitleRecommendations on necessary concepts to model behavioural semantics
StatusWithdrawn
Publication Date15 September 1996
Withdrawn Date01 May 2004
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)No other standards are normatively referenced
Informative References(Provided for Information)No other standards are informatively referenced
International RelationshipsCENELEC Report R117-007:1995
Draft Superseded By95/211311 SA
DescriptorsSemantics, Programming languages, Computer software, Syntax, Time, Mathematical models, Languages, Computer-aided design, Data representation, EXPRESS
ICS35.020
Title in FrenchRecommendations pour concepts necessaires aux semantiques de modele behavioriste
Title in GermanEmpfehlungen an notwendigen Konzepten zum erstellen von Verhaltenssemantiken
CommitteeEPL/501
ISBN0 580 26315 0
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryNo
Pages46
File Size612.6 KB
NotesThis standard has been withdrawn as it is outdated and no longer in general use.
Price£240.00


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