Maude is a high-performance multiparadigm language based on rewriting logic, and contains a functional sublanguage based on equational logic. It can be used for both programming and executable system specification in a variety of areas such as distributed and mobile systems and communication protocols, and functional applications. Thanks to its reflective features it can be used as a metalanguage and is easily extensible with powerful module composition operations as those supported in its Full Maude extension. It can also be used as a semantic framework to specify and prototype different languages, concurrency calculi, and SOS specifications; and as a logical framework to represent and mechanize different logics and proving tools.
released on 27 June 2016
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