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Foundations and Applications of declarative Software Technologies

(Project TIN2008-06622-C03)

Coordinator of the project: Francisco Javier López Fraguas (UCM)


  • Duration: January 2009 - December 2011
  • Global Summary (FAST Coordinated Project):
    The global aim of this project is the development of novel foundations and applications of rigorous software technologies that contribute to the expressivity, reliability, security and performance of software systems and programming languages.
    Our work will be mainly centered along the following four broad lines of research:
    • Foundations for new extensions of multi-paradigm declarative languages.
    • Development of rigorous techniques for improving the development of highly reliable software.
    • Design of certified software tools for modeling and manipulating heterogeneous systems.
    • Transfer of declarative technologies to other contexts and paradigms like, e.g., databases and query languages.
    From a scientific and methodological point of view, the project covers�in a well balanced way�both theoretical aspects about the foundations of the new proposals and practical aspects leading to their effective implementation.

    This project constitutes a natural evolution of previous coordinated efforts by the three participating research teams. They all have a considerable expertise in R+D projects focused on the areas of multi-paradigm programming languages and rigorous software development technologies, broad fields in which Spanish research has a solid international position.


Participants/Subprojects:

The GPD Group and subproject, at DSIC / Universidad Complutense de Madrid (UCM).
The MIST Group and subproject, at DSIC / Universidad Politécnica de Valencia (UPV).
The ISG Group and subproject, at DLC / Universidad de Almería.

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