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Languages* in Formal Reasoning: Accessibility vs. Formality

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(* Symbolic, natural, diagrammatic, mathematical, etc.)

Modelling modern high-technology systems is complex and involves multiple stakeholders. As these systems increasingly underpin our everyday lives, and are often safety or security critical, reasoning about correctness is paramount. Thus, modelling and formal reasoning is required in order to convey knowledge unambiguously and correctly. Whilst mathematical modelling adds great rigour, it is opaque to many of the stakeholders. In this talk I discuss alternative languages that in combination can offer both formality and accessibility.

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