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[[How To Contribute]]

Revision as of 09:41, 17 September 2008

Event-B and Rodin Documentation Wiki

This is the documentation wiki for the Event-b.org site providing documentation for users and developers of the Rodin toolset.

Event-B is a formal method for system-level modelling and analysis. Key features of Event-B are the use of set theory as a modelling notation, the use of refinement to represent systems at different abstraction levels and the use of mathematical proof to verify consistency between refinement levels.

The Rodin Platform is an Eclipse-based IDE for Event-B that provides effective support for refinement and mathematical proof. The platform is open source, contributes to the Eclipse framework and is further extendable with plugins.

User Documentation

Event-B Language | Mathematical LanguageModelling LanguageDocuments in the Event-B category

Rodin Platform User Support | User ManualTutorialDocuments in the User documentation category

Rodin Plug-in User Support | UML-BB2LatexProBAnimBReqsManagementDocuments in the Plugin category


Developer Documentation

Rodin Developer Support | Documents in the Developer documentation category

Current Developments

How To Contribute


Do not hesitate to improve this wiki. You may find some help within the following pages:

Wiki Help - Some technical documentation.

Village Pump - Ask your questions and keep track of the main wiki events.

Recent Changes - Monitor the wiki activity.

Test Area - Wiki editing is simple. Try by yourself.