By T. W. Korner
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1] in the special case where the abstraction is in fact a procedure. But we are not necessarily linking procedure call and procedural abstraction: procedure call is useful even when the procedure body is executable code; and procedural abstraction is useful even if the implementation ultimately is "inline". Consider the example of figure 1, in which we introduce a parameterless procedure Sqrt. There we use specifications [pre, post] as fully-fledged program constructs, as indeed definition 1 allows us to do.
Thus wp("x := x - 1", x (x ~ O)[x\x - 1] ~ 0) (2) (x-1)~0 x>O We can specify a program P by giving both a pre-condition (not necessarily weakest) and a post-condition; our pre-condition and post-condition predicates we will usually call pre and post: pre => wp( P, post) (3) Informally, this is read "if pre is true, then execution of P must establish post"; formally, we regard the above as admitting only program texts P for which it is valid. Either way, it is a specification in the sense that it directs the implementor to develop a program with the required property.
We propose the refinement calculus for that at least. Another immediate possibility is the systematic treatment of Z "case studies" as exercises in development, and we hope to learn from this. ) Such systematic development is already underway for example at the IBM Laboratories at Hursley Park, UK . The techniques of data refinement, in which high-level data structures (sets, bags, functions ... ) are replaced with structures of the programming language (arrays, trees ... ), fit extremely well into this approach.