Cosmogol: a language to describe finite state machines
draft-bortzmeyer-language-state-machines-01

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Abstract

Several RFCs contain a state machine to describe a protocol. There is no standard way of describing such a machine, the most common way being an ASCII-art diagram. This document specifies an other solution: a domain-specific language for finite state machines. It allows state machine descriptions to be automatically checked and may be translated into other formats. Its purpose is to provide a stable reference for RFCs which use this mini-language.

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St├ęphane Bortzmeyer (bortzmeyer+ietf@nic.fr)

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