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# Tag Archives: finite models

## A simple relational Model

Modelling foundations: What does a simple diagram ‘thing – relation – thing’ say, in terms of logic? Continue reading

## Reflections on Abstractions: Cases vs Models

We describe by simple means of basic Finite Model Theory a very important principle in software engineering: modelling properties is more expressive than just collecting cases. This, for example, is the reason why test cases can be derived from specifications but not vice versa. Continue reading

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