Risla Language

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Risla is a DomainSpecificLanguage for interest rate products. It is an abbrevation for Rente Informatie Systeem Language.

It's development started in the early 1990's. Risla is in use at Bank MeesPierson?, and supported by CAP Gemini.

CWI was involved in the initial design of the language, as well as in the design and implementation of the later modularization features.

More information:

  • B.R.T. Arnold, ArieVanDeursen, and M. Res. An Algebraic Specification of a Language for Describing Financial Products. In M. Wirsing (editor), Proceedings of the ICSE-17 Workshop on Formal Methods Applications in Software Engineering Practice, pages 6-13. Seattle, April 1995. http://www.win.tue.nl/win/cs/csr/csr95/95.22.ps

  • B.R.T. Arnold and ArieVanDeursen. Algebraic Specification of a Language Defining Interest Rate Products. Confidential Report, CWI, Amsterdam and ORFIS International, Huis ter Heide, 1992.

  • B. R. T. Arnold, A. J. M. Engles, and M. Op 't Land. FPS: Another Way of Looking at Components and Architecture in the Financial World. In H. de Bruin, editor, ICT Architecture in the Benelux. Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam, 1999.

Additional information is available in the following slides:

CategoryDSL | ArieVanDeursen