Formal Methods for Real-Time and Probabilistic Systems 5th International AMAST Workshop, ARTS"99, Bamberg, Germany, May 26-28, 1999, Proceedings (Lecture Notes in Computer Science) by Jost-Pieter Katoen

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Formal Methods for Real-Time and Probabilistic Systems 5th International AMAST Workshop, ARTS'99, Bamberg, Germany, May, Proceedings Editors: Katoen, Jost-Pieter (Ed.). Formal Methods for Real-Time and Probabilistic Systems 5th International AMAST Workshop, ARTS’99 Bamberg, Germany, May 26–28, Proceedings.

Abstract. This paper considers formal modeling and analysis of distributed timed and stochastic real-time systems. The approach is based on Stochastic Time Petri Nets (sTPN) which offer a readable yet powerful modeling language.

sTPN are supported by special case tools which can ensure accuracy in the results by numerical methods and the enumeration of stochastic state : Christian Nigro, Libero Nigro, Paolo F. Sciammarella.

Get this from a library. Formal methods for real-time and probabilistic systems: 5th International AMAST Workshop, ARTS'99, Bamberg, Germany, Mayproceedings.

[Joost-Pieter Katoen;]. He is interested in formal methods for the analysis and construction of reliable software systems, in particular temporal logic, refinement, and the automated and interactive verification of distributed systems. Nicolas Navet is a researcher in Real-Time Systems at INRIA Lorraine (Nancy, France).

His research interests include real-time. Three formal methods for specifying properties of real-time systems are reviewed and used in a common example. Two of them offer a graphical representation and the third is an algebraic language.

Full text of "Formal methods for real-time and probabilistic systems: 5th International AMAST Workshop, ARTS'99, Bamberg, Germany, Mayproceedings" See other formats. However, there are now a large variety of systems for which real-time is a central aspect and descriptions which ignore it are insufficient.

Consequently, and along with a number of other researchers, I have been working on extending "first generation" formal methods with features to describe and analysis real-time properties of systems. Formal methods are one of the most important approaches to increasing the confidence in the correctness of software systems.

A formal specification can be used as an oracle in testing since one. Formal Methods for Real-Time and Probabilistic Systems: 5th International AMAST Workshop, ARTS’99 Bamberg, Germany, May 26–28, Proceedings Series Lecture notes in computer science, Cited by: Real-time systems usually involve a subtle interaction of a number of distributed components and have a high degree of parallelism, which makes their performance analysis quite complex.

Thus, traditional techniques, such as simulation, or state-based formal methods usually fail to produce reasonable by: 2. Formal Modeling and Analysis of Timed Systems: 12th International Conference, FORMATSFlorence, Italy, September, Proceedings (Lecture Notes in Computer Science ()) [Legay, Axel, Bozga, Marius] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Formal Modeling and Analysis of Timed Systems: 12th International Conference, FORMATSFlorence, Italy. Duration Calculus is an interval logic having special features for expressing and analysing time durations of states in real-time systems. Duration Calculus represents a formal approach to the development of real-time systems, where requirements and designs can be expressed and reasoned about at an appropriate level of abstraction.

The book covers topics of foundations and semantics (theoretical foundations of timed systems and languages; comparison between different models, such as timed automata, timed Petri nets, hybrid automata, timed process algebra, max-plus algebra, probabilistic models); methods and Tools (techniques, algorithms, data structures, and software.

This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 6th International Symposium on Formal Techniques in Real-Time and Fault-Tolerant Systems, FTRTFTheld in Pune, India in September The 21 revised full papers presented together with three invited contributions were carefully reviewed and selected from numerous submissions.

The papers are organized in topical sections on Reviews: 1. Read "Integrated Formal Methods 12th International Conference, IFMReykjavik, Iceland, June, Proceedings" by available from Rakuten Kobo.

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$ Probabilistic Properties of Probabilistic Prognostics and Health Management of Energy Systems Paperback Book. $ SFM was devoted to formal methods for quantitative aspects of programming languages and covered several topics including probabilistic and timed models, model checking, static analysis, quantum computing, real-time and embedded systems, and security.

In this paper we attempt to analyse the difficulties of obtaining such methods by taking a look at the tension between the two fundamental approaches that underly the engineering of information systems: the formal approach, i.e. the internally consistent description of virtual objects, based on the principle of analysis by logical deduction.

Keywords—Embedded systems, formal methods, formal verifi-cation, models, real-time systems, specification, temporal logics, theory, tools. INTRODUCTION Real-time systems differ from untimed systems in that their behavioral correctness relies not only on the results of their computations, but also on the clock times when the results are.

Keynote Speakers. Carroll Morgan is a Professor in the School of Computer Science and Engineering, The University of New South Wales, Australia. He specialises in semantic models and conceptual reasoning tools for Formal-Methods-based program development.

Professor Morgan is known primarily for his collaborations with groups working on the Z specification method, the Refinement Calculus. Lee "Integrated Formal Methods 12th International Conference, IFMReykjavik, Iceland, June, Proceedings" por disponible en Rakuten Kobo.

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Insup Lee, ``Introduction to Formal Methods for Real-Time Systems,'' 3-day course, Systems Engeneering Research Institute (SERI), Korea, JulyInsup Lee and Oleg Sokolsky, ONR Gathering at NSWC, May ; Insup Lee, ``Introduction to Real-Time Process Algebra and its Applications,'' Korea University, Seoul, Korea, Oct Formal methods, such as probabilistic model checking and higher-order-logic theorem proving, have also been used for the formal analysis of the robotic cell injection systems.

Sardar and Hasan () have used probabilistic model checking (Clarke et al., ), that is, a state-based formal method, to formally analyze the robotic cell Author: Adnan Rashid, Osman Hasan, Iram Tariq Bhatti.

largest software that uses formal methods is a compiler, and the largest hardware is a processor (CPU). More commonly, it is used for parts of systems, like the kernel of a secure distributed operating system (software), and a floating-point unit (hardware).

Formal methods were used to develop Paris’ automated (driverless) metro,File Size: 1MB. The book offers a unique and comprehensive state-of-the-art survey on real-time systems.

Researchers and advanced students will appreciate the book as a valuable source of reference and a systematic guide to the use of formal methods for the specification, analysis, and verification of real-time systems.

Probabilistic and timed systems: (chaired by Arnd Hartmanns) Real-time systems often encompass probabilistic or random behavior. We are interested in all approaches to model or analyze such systems, for instance through probabilistic timed automata, or stochastic timed Petri nets. Paper Submission.

This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 9th IFIP WG International Conference on Formal Methods for Open Object-Based Distributed Systems, FMOODSheld in Paphos, Cyprus, June The 17 revised full papers presented together with two invited papers cover model checking rewriting logic components and services algebraic calculi specification, verification and refinement.

PRISM is a probabilistic model checker, a formal verification software tool for the modelling and analysis of systems that exhibit probabilistic behaviour.

One source of such systems is the use of randomization, for example in communication protocols like Bluetooth and FireWire, or in security protocols such as Crowds and Onion stic behaviour also arises in many other computer.

This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 5th International Symposium on Formal Techniques in Real-Time and Fault-Tolerant Systems, FTRTFT'98, held in Lyngby, Denmark, in September The 22 revised full papers presented were carefully selected and reviewed for inclusion in the book.

The two volume set LNCS and LNCS constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 4th International Symposium on Leveraging Applications of Formal Methods, ISoLAheld in Heraklion, Crete, Greece, in October The revised full Author: Tiziana Margaria. Probabilistic and timed systems: (chaired by Arnd Hartmanns) Real-time systems often encompass probabilistic or random behavior.

We are interested in all approaches to model or analyze such systems, for instance through probabilistic timed automata, or stochastic timed Petri nets. The Duration Calculus (DC) represents a logical approach to formal design of real-time systems.

In DC real numbers are used to model time and Boolean-valued (i.e. {0,1}-valued) functions over time to model states of real-time : $ S, Computing Science, Sir Alwyn Williams Bldg, Glasgow G12 8QQ, Back to the top. The University of Glasgow is a registered Scottish charity: Registration Number SC [Extends PRISM's game-based abstraction-refinement methods for PTAs, to real-time probabilistic programs with data.] [KKNP10] Mark Kattenbelt, Marta Kwiatkowska, Gethin Norman and David Parker.

A Game-based Abstraction-Refinement Framework for Markov Decision Processes. Formal Methods in System Design, 36(3), pagesSpringer. Thus, design of such systems as a whole requires a diversity of models, and the behavior orchestration between such models must be carefully defined and analyzed.

FM4CPS will address several facets of Formal Model-Driven Engineering for Cyber-Physical Systems (and their relevance in Internet of Things). Hilbertian Formal Methods is a recently introduced paradigm for embedded systems operating in harsh physical environments.

This paradigm has been more developed for the deterministic case. However, it is very rare that a physical environment follows precisely a deterministic rule and then it is more realistic to consider stochastic by: 2. model checking is applicable to applications ”exhibiting probabilistic, non-deterministic and real-time characteristics” (Kwiatkowska, Norman, and Parker a).

Probabilistic model checking (Norman and Parker ) is defined as a method for modeling and analysis of systems with stochastic behavior. It is. Full text of "Formal methods for embedded distributed systems: how to master the complexity" See other formats. This year SFM is devoted to formal methods and tools for the design of real-time systems.

The school covers formalisms for modeling real-time systems (and their expressiveness), techniques for verifying the satisfaction of real-time constraints (possibly in the presence of probabilistic aspects), and their application to embedded and hybrid.

This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Integrated Formal Methods, IFMheld in Oxford, UK. It addresses all aspects of formal methods integration, including of a process of analysis or design application of formal methods to analysis or design, extension of one method based upon the inclusion of ideas or concepts from others, and semantic.Abstract.

We present a compositional verification technique for systems that exhibit both probabilistic and nondeterministic behaviour. We adopt an assume-guarantee approach to verification, where both the assumptions made about system components and the guarantees that they provide are regular safety properties, represented by finite by: FM’99, the First World Congress on Formal Methods in the Development of Computing Systems, is a result, and a measure, of this new-found maturity.

It brings an impressive array of industrial and applications-oriented papers that show how formal methods have been used to tackle real problems.

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