The Larch Project develops aids for formal specifications. Each Larch specification has two components: an interface containing predicates written in the LIL (Larch Interface Language) designed for the target language and a 'trait' containing assertions about the predicates written in LSL, the Larch Shared Language common to all.

["The Larch Family of Specification Languages", J. Guttag et al, IEEE Trans Soft Eng 2(5):24-365 (Sep 1985)].


An interface specification language which can be used to formally specify C++ program modules.


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The Larch specification language for CLU. Used in "Abstraction and Specification in Program Development", B. Liskov & J. Guttag, MIT Press 1986.

Last updated: 1996-01-02

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