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From requirements to specifications for hybrid systems by W. M. L. Holcombe

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Published by University of Sheffield, Dept. of Computer Science in Sheffield .
Written in English

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StatementW.M.L. Holcombe and Z.H. Duan.
SeriesMemoranda in computer and cognitive science -- CS-96-01
ContributionsDuan, Z. H., University of Sheffield. Department of Computer Science.
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Open LibraryOL17273491M

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