4 edition of Symbolic model checking found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 183-190) and index.
|Statement||by Kenneth L. McMillan.|
|LC Classifications||TK7888.4 .M43 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 194 p. :|
|Number of Pages||194|
|LC Control Number||93024859|
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Symbolic model checking [3, 14], with boolean encoding of the ﬁnite state machine, can handle more than states. BDDs , a canonical form for boolean expressions, have traditionally been used as the underlying representation for symbolic model checkers . Model checkers based on BDDs are usually able to handle sys-. Kuntz GWM, Siegle M. Symbolic Model Checking of Stochastic Systems: Theory and Implementation. In Valmari A, editor, Proceedings of the 13th International SPIN Workshop. In Valmari A, editor, Proceedings of the 13th International SPIN by: 7.
perspective on the formal verification technique of linear temporal logic (LTL) symbolic model checking, from its history and evolution leading up to the state-of-the-art. We unify research from to , providing a complete end-to-end analysis embracing a users’ perspective by applying each step to a real-life aerospace by: Some are very specific to model checking and some are modular and used in a stand-alone symbolic execution framework, as it was defined by the inventors of symbolic execution. A symbolic execution framework often uses also some elements (exploration, search) of symbolic model checking to be usable for testing etc.
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Symbolic Model Checking deals with methods of automatic verification as applied to computer hardware. The practical motivation for study in this area is the high and increasing cost of correcting design errors in VLSI technologies.
There is a growing demand for design methodologies that can yield correct designs on the first fabrication by: Symbolic Model Checking deals with methods of automatic verification as applied to computer hardware.
The practical motivation for study in this area is the high and increasing cost Symbolic model checking book correcting design errors in VLSI : Springer US. Symbolic Model Checking.
Formal verification means having a mathematical model of asystem, a language for specifying desired properties of the system ina concise, comprehensible and unambiguous way, and a method of proofto verify that the specified properties are satisfied.
Symbolic Model Checking deals with methods of automatic verification as applied to computer hardware. The practical motivation for study in this area is the high and increasing cost of correcting design errors in VLSI technologies. There is a growing demand for design methodologies that can yield correct designs on the first fabrication run.
Souri A, Rahmani A, Navimipour N and Rezaei R () A symbolic model checking approach in formal verification of distributed systems, Human-centric Computing and Information Sciences,(), Online publication date: 1-Dec Symbolic model checking (McMillan, ; Burch, Clarke, McMillan, Dill & Hwang, ) is one of the early proposals for improving the efficiency of model checking.
In this approach the model, its states and transitions between states (i.e. its behaviour) are represented by a data structure called Binary Decision Diagrams, BDDs (Bryant, ).Cited by: Model Checking Symbolic Model Checking The SMV System A Distributed Cache Protocol MU-Calculus Model Checking Induction and Model Checking Equivalence Computations A Partial Order Approach Conclusion.
Responsibility: by Kenneth L. McMillan. More information: Inhaltstext. Symbolic Model Checking with BDDs Ken McMillan implemented a version of the CTL model checking algorithm using Binary Decision Diagrams in Carl Pixley independently developed a similar algorithm, as did the French researchers, Coudert and Madre.
BDDs enabled handling much larger concurrent systems. (usually, an order of magnitude increaseFile Size: 79KB. To avoid this problem, a method called symbolic model checking is proposed and studied.
This method avoids building a state graph by using Boolean formulas to represent sets and relations. Symbolic Model Checking deals with methods of automatic verification as applied to computer hardware. The practical motivation for study in this area is the high and increasing cost of correcting design errors in VLSI : Kenneth Mcmillan.
Symbolic Model Checking. Explicit Labeling Algorithm. Graph-based. Recursively go through the structure of the CTL property ª. State explosion problem. Symbolic Modeling Checking. Represents states symbolically (instead of listing the states) ª. Represents transition relations symbolically.
use some efficient data. A symbolic model checker would store it as follows: 1. symbolic model checkers. The technique that we describe in this article, called Bounded Model Checking (BMC), was ﬁrst proposed by Biere et al.
in . It does not solve the complexity problem of model checking, since it still relies on an exponential procedure and hence is limited in its capacity. Symbolic model checking is a powerful formal specification and verification method that has been applied successfully in several industrial designs.
Using symbolic model checking techniques it is possible to verify industrial-size finite state by: Symbolic Model Checking The most widely used verification techniques are testing and simulation. In the case of complex, asynchronous systems, however, these techniques can cover only a limited portion of possible behaviors.
A complementary verification technique is Temporal Logic Model Checking [23,28,51]. In this approach, the verified system.
Symbolic model checking, smc, is a decision procedure that verifies that some finite-state structure is a model for a formula of Computation Tree Logic (CTL). smc is based on fixpoint computations. Symbolic Model Checking deals with methods of automatic verification as applied to computer hardware.
The practical motivation for study in this area is the high and increasing cost of correcting design errors in VLSI technologies.
Symbolic Model Checking of Software Article (PDF Available) in Electronic Notes in Theoretical Computer Science 89(3) September with 23 Reads How we measure 'reads'. “ Principles of Model Checking, by two principals of model-checking research, offers an extensive and thorough coverage of the state of art in computer-aided its coverage of timed and probabilistic systems, the reader gets a textbook exposition of some of the most advanced topics in model-checking research.
Principles of Model Checking offers a comprehensive introduction to model checking that is not only a text suitable for classroom use but also a valuable reference for researchers and practitioners in the book begins with the basic principles for modeling concurrent and communicating systems, introduces different classes of properties.
INFORMATION AND COMPUTAT () Symbolic Model Checking: States and Beyond*,I. R. BURCH, E. M. CLARKE, AND K. L.
MCMILLAN School of Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania AND D. L. DILL AND L. J. HWANG Stanford University, Stanford, California Many different methods have been devised for automatically Cited by: A Symbolic Model Checking Approach to On-Board Autonomy Alessandro Cimatti Embedded System Unit Fondazione Bruno Kessler Trento, Italy [email protected] We gratefully acknowledge the support of the European Space Agency contracts OMC-ARE, COMPASS, IRONCAP.
j.w.w. L. Bonetti, M. Bozzano, R. Cavada, A. Griggio, A. Micheli, S. Mover, M.Symbolic MC CTL MC through switching functions ROBDDs Other techniques 1 Symbolic model checking: why, what and how? 2 CTL model checking through switching functions 3 E cient encoding through ROBDDs 4 A glance at other approaches for e cient model checking Chapter 5: Symbolic model checkingMickael Randour 2/