### Table 1. RCM and calculus of model fitness. SCM is the class diagram

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"... In PAGE 4: ... These tables are built using the framework proposed by [7], although it has been deeply modified to allow an easy correlation with the GCM. The final result of the interpretation procedure, that is, the RCM, would be as shown in Table1 . In the RCM, all propositions of the GCM are labeled with a plausible interpretation, that is, each element of the RCM has been related to the builder (like entity, constraint or operand) that best fit the intended meaning of the proposition in the user domain.... ..."

### Table 1. RCM and calculus of model fitness. SCM is the class diagram

"... In PAGE 7: ..., 1997], although it has been deeply modified to allow an easy correlation with the GCM. The final result of the interpretation procedure, that is, the RCM, would be as shown in Table1 . In the RCM, all propositions of the GCM are labeled with a plausible interpretation, that is, each element of the RCM has been related to the builder (like entity, constraint or operand) that best fit the intended meaning of the proposition in the user domain.... ..."

### Table 5. Verification statistics for !-calculus model of leader election protocol.

### Table 1. Typing Judgements for the -calculus

1999

"... In PAGE 5: ... Contexts are lists x1: A1; : : : xn: An where the x apos;s are distinct variables and the A apos;s are types | the domain of the context is fx1; : : : ; xng and we write ? ?0 if the domain of ? is contained in the domain of ?0. The -calculus has term judgements ? ` t : A and substitution judgements ? ` f : | these judgements are generated by the inference rules of Table1 . The inference rules for declaring variables and the introduction and elimination rules for function spaces and conjunctions are standard.... ..."

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### Table 1. Typing Judgements for the -calculus

1999

"... In PAGE 5: ... Contexts are lists x1: A1; : : : xn: An where the x apos;s are distinct variables and the A apos;s are types | the domain of the context is fx1; : : : ; xng and we write ? ?0 if the domain of ? is contained in the domain of ?0. The -calculus has term judgements ? ` t : A and substitution judgements ? ` f : | these judgements are generated by the inference rules of Table1 . The inference rules for declaring variables and the introduction and elimination rules for function spaces and conjunctions are standard.... ..."

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