th This volume contains the proceedings of AMAST 2008, the 12 International Conference on Algebraic Methodology and Software Technology, held during July 28-31, 2008, in Urbana, Illinois, USA. The major goal of the AMAST conferences is to promote research toward settingsoftwaretechnologyona?rm,mathematicalbasis.Worktowardthisgoal isacollaborative,internationale?ortwithcontributionsfrombothacademiaand industry. The envisioned virtues of providing software technology developed on a mathematical basis include: correctness, which can be proved mathematically; safety, so that developed software can be used in the implementation of critical systems; portability, i.e., independence from computing platforms and language generations; and evolutionary change, i.e., the software is self-adaptable and evolves with the problem domain. The previous AMAST conferences were held in: Iowa City, Iowa, USA (1989, 1991 and 2000); Twente, The Netherlands (1993); Montreal, Canada (1995); Munich, Germany (1996); Sydney, Australia (1997); Manaus, Brazil (1998); Reunion Island, France (2002); Stirling, UK (2004, colocated with MPC 2004); Kuressaare, Estonia (2006, colocated with MPC 2006). For AMAST 2008 there were 58 submissions, which were thoroughly eva- atedbytheProgramCommittee.Eachsubmissionhadanaverageof?vereviews. Followingalivelyelectronicmeeting,theProgramCommitteeselected28papers to be presented at the conference, including 5 tool papers. In addition to the - cepted papers, the conference also featured invited talks by three distinguished speakers: Rajeev Alur (University of Pennsylvania), Jayadev Misra (University of Texas at Austin), and Teodor Rus (University of Iowa). This volume includes all the accepted papers, as well as abstracts or full papers by invited speakers.
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