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Event-B Generic Instantiation


A Rodin Platform Plug-in for Generic Instantiation

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Generic Instantiation tool is developed by HITACHI and ETHZ for Event-B as a Plug-in for RODIN platform.
Main features of the tool are as follows:
- Generic Instantiation Files for storing information about generic instantiation.
- Wizard for creating generic instantiation files.
- Editor for generic instantiation files.
- Static checker for generic instantiation files.
- Performing generic instantiation by creating a new project based on a source project and generic instantiation files.

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