AISB convention 2017

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Connection Science

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Notice

AISB opportunities Bulletin Item

MRes student grant in Logic and Computation, Swansea

http://www.swan.ac.uk/compsci/mres/MResLogicComp.html

MRes Studentship on
              Algebraic modelling of test data

Swansea University invites applications for an industrial funded
studentship for studying a Master of Research in Logic and Computation
at the department of Computer Science, Swansea, see

http://www.swan.ac.uk/compsci/mres/MResLogicComp.html

The successful candidate will be awarded the home fee and a 6,000 per
annum bursary, to commence in September 2010. [Oversea students will
have to cover the difference to the home fees themselves.]

The studentship is dedicated to an industrial related research project
under the supervision of Dr Roggenbach
(http://cs.swan.ac.uk/~csmarkus/) in the Processes and Data Group
(http://www.cs.swan.ac.uk/~csmarkus/ProcessesAndData/).

The objectives of this project are

- to provide a model of test data in the algebraic specification
language CASL and

- to utilise this model for decision table based testing.

Besides data modelling in CASL, the project will involve automatic and
interactive theorem proving.

Required qualification is a Bachelor / Master (or equivalent) in ComputerScience or Mathematics.
For further information contact Markus Roggenbach (csmarkus@swan.ac.uk).