CSP++ is a tool that makes specifications written in CSPm executable and extensible. It is the basis for a technique called selective formalism, which allows part of a system to be designed in verifiable CSPm statements, automatically translated into C++, and linked with functions coded in C++. This paper describes in detail the subset of CSPm that can be accurately translated by CSP++, and how the CSP semantics are achieved by the runtime framework. It also explains restrictions that apply to coding in CSPm for software synthesis, and the rationale for those restrictions.
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