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Huisman, M. and Bos, H. and Brinkkemper, S. and van Deursen, A. and Groote, J.F. and Lago, P. and van de Pol, J.C. and Visser, E. (2016) Software that meets its Intent. In: Leveraging Applications of Formal Methods, Verification and Validation: Discussion, Dissemination, Applications. ISoLA 2016, 10-14 Oct 2016, Corfu, Greece. pp. 609-625. Lecture Notes in Computer Science 9953. Springer Verlag. ISSN 0302-9743 ISBN 978-3-319-47168-6
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Official URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-47169-3_47
Software is widely used, and society increasingly depends on its reliability. However, software has become so complex and it evolves so quickly that we fail to keep it under control. Therefore, we propose intents: fundamental laws that capture a software systems’ intended behavior (resilient, secure, safe, sustainable, etc.). The realization of this idea requires novel theories, algorithms, tools, and techniques to discover, express, verify, and evolve software intents. Thus, future software systems will be able to verify themselves that they meet their intents. Moreover, they will be able to respond to deviations from intents through self-correction. In this article we propose a research agenda, outlining which novel theories, algorithms and tools are required.
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