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On the decidability of model checking for several (mu)-calculi and Petri nets

Javier Esparza

On the decidability of model checking for several (mu)-calculi and Petri nets

by Javier Esparza

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Published by LFCS, Dept. of Computer Science, University of Edinburgh in Edinburgh .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Petri nets.,
  • Logic, Symbolic and mathematical.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementJavier Esparza.
    SeriesLFCS report series -- ECS-LFCS-93-274
    ContributionsUniversity of Edinburgh. Laboratory for Foundations of Computer Science.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination15 p. ;
    Number of Pages15
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19161763M

    Preserving Kripke completeness and the finite model property Algebraic preliminaries Preserving decidability of global consequence Preserving decidability Preserving interpolation On the computational complexity of fusions. 5 Products of modal logics: introduction Axiomatizing products Proving decidability with. While we are able to link our domain model (CalendarUser) with Spring Security's domain model (UserDetails), we have to maintain multiple representations of the This website uses cookies and other tracking technology to analyse traffic, personalise ads and learn how we can improve the experience for our visitors and customers.

    The latter statement is about decidability of a logic as the set of its theorems, and the former statement is about decidability of a theory as the set of its theorems. It is thus exactly the same meaning, in one case applied to a system which happens to be a propositional logic, and in the other case to a system which happens to be a first. The book will be valuable for researchers and graduate students engaged with the development of formal methods and verification tools. "This handbook is an authoritative, comprehensive description of the state of the art in model checking. It belongs on the bookshelf of every researcher and practitioner in computer-aided verification.

      This is a book whose importance cannot be underestimated. Note however that the book does not treat topics as model checking, mu calculus or properties of a specific logic, be it a K-anything, C/LTL(*), a dynamic logic or whatever. Citing: "The reader looking for a catalogue of facts about his or her favorite modal system probably won't find it Reviews: 5. Amongst several books, together with Ed Clarke and Orna Grumberg, Doron Peled is the (co-) author of the authority book on the subject. Marktoberdorf , Vicotory “Model Checking” is a generic name for methods for automatically checking the compatibility between a model and its formal specification.


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On the decidability of model checking for several (mu)-calculi and Petri nets by Javier Esparza Download PDF EPUB FB2

J. Esparza, On the decidability of model checking for several μ-calculi and Petri nets, in: Trees in Algebra and Programming – CAAP’94, Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Vol. Springer, Berlin, Cited by: When decidability is not of concern, over-approximating and semi-algorithmic techniques such as regular model checking [33,2], SMT-based bounded model checking [4,19], abstraction [10,14] and.

Abstract. We establish a decidability boundary of the model checking problem for infinite-state systems defined by Process Rewrite Systems (PRS) or weakly extended Process Rewrite Systems (wPRS), and properties described by basic fragments of action-based Linear Temporal Logic (LTL).

It is known that the problem for general LTL properties is decidable for Petri nets and for Cited by: CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): Membrane computing is a branch of molecular computing that aims to develop models and paradigms that are biologically motivated.

It identifies an unconventional computing model, namely a P system, from natural phenomena of cell evolutions and chemical reactions. The branching-time temporal logic EF is a simple, but natural fragment of computation-tree logic (CTL) and the modal μ-calculus.

We study the decidability of the model checking problem for EF and. The Decidability of Model Checking Mobile Ambients. In L. Fribourg (Ed.), Computer science logic (CSL): 15th International Workshop, CSLAnnual Conference of the EACSL (pp.

Berlin, Germany: Springer. On the Decidability of Model-Checking for P Systems 1 model-checking problem is to argue whether a given temporal formula is interpreted as an several representations of 5. That is, can be treated as a vector in B (the components are the multiplicities of the symbols in 6.

omitting the knowledge modality. While the decidability of the model-checking problem for ATLiR for strategies uniform with respect to distributed knowledge is known [9, 11], to the best of our knowledge, there has been no work on showing how to convert such strategies to uniform strategies while preserving decidability.

The model checking problem for finite-state open systems (module checking) has been extensively studied in the literature, both in the context of environments with perfect and imperfect information about the system.

Recently, the perfect information case has been extended to infinite-state systems (pushdown module checking). The paper [Bozzelli, L., M.

Křetínský, V. Řehák and J. Strejček, On decidability of LTL model checking for process rewrite systems, in: FSTTCSLNCS (), pp. –] shows that the model checking problem for (weakly extended) Process Rewrite Systems and properties given by LTL formulae with temporal operators strict eventually and strict always is decidable.

Current standard security practices do not provide substantial assurance about information flow security: the end-to-end behavior of a computing. measure. This work leaves open the decidability of the model checking problem for the language in its full generality, in particular, for the values of c in H ˚.

Our contribution in this paper is to consider a number of generalizations of PMLO, motivated by model checking. the book, and summarize their decidability results in Sections 4 to 7. 2 Models and Speci cations Finding out whether parameterized model checking is decidable for one’s favorite compu-tational model boils down to checking whether it is captured by the semantics of one of.

Abstract: Interrupt Timed Automata (ITA) are an expressive timed model, introduced to take into account interruptions according to levels. Due to this feature, this formalism is incomparable with Timed Automata.

However several decidability results related to reachability and model checking have been obtained. for model checking. We introduce an algorithm for verifying linearizabil-ity of singly-linked heap-based concurrent data structures.

We consider a model consisting of an unbounded heap where each vertex stores an element from an unbounded data domain, with a restricted set of oper-ations for testing and updating pointers and data elements. Our main. On the Decidability of Model Checking Information Flow Properties.

By Deepak DSouza, Raveendra Holla, Janardhan Kulkarni, KR Raghavendra and Barbara Sprick. Abstract. Current standard security practices do not provide substantial assurance about information flow security: the end-to-end behavior of a computing system.

Noninterference is the. Javier Esparza. On the decidability of model checking for several μ-calculi and Petri nets. In Trees in Algebra and Programming D CAAP. Google Scholar Digital Library; Javier Esparza. Decidability of model checking for infinite-state concurrent systems.

Acta Informat 2 (). Google Scholar Cross Ref. Theses algorithms exhibit the same PSPACE complexity as LTL model checking. We show that our choice of syntax for PLTL lies at the threshold of decidability for parametric temporal logics, in that several natural extensions have undecidable “model measuring” problems.

Automata for monadic second-order model-checking Bruno Courcelle Université Bordeaux 1, LaBRI & Institut Universitaire de France References: B.C. and J. Engelfriet: Graph structure and monadic second-order logic, book to be published by Cambridge University Press ( p.).

Decidability of a logical system. Each logical system comes with both a syntactic component, which among other things determines the notion of provability, and a semantic component, which determines the notion of logical logically valid formulas of a system are sometimes called the theorems of the system, especially in the context of first-order logic where Gödel's completeness.

In Example of the book The calculus of computation by Bradley and Manna, it is said The theory of rationals is convex, as it is convex in a geometric sense. How does the geometric sense of sat decidability program-verification model-theory modal-logic.Model Checking and AbstractIon.

COIS. When the numbers of states is large, it may be very difficult to determine if such a program is correct. Temporal-logic model checking [Clarke and Emerson ; Cleaveland ; Liechtenstein and Pnueli ; Quielle and Sifakis ; Sistla and Clarke ] is a method for automatically.

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