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Verifying Hierarchical Ptolemy II discrete-event models using Real-Time Maude

EL 29 de Octubre se publicó un nuevo artículo de vrificación: Verifying Hierarchical Ptolemy II discrete-event models using Real-Time Maude, Science of Computer Programming en la revista Science of Computer Programming.

Los autores del artículo son Kyungmin Bae (de la University de Illinois en Urbana-Champaign), Peter Csaba Olveczky (de la Universidad de Oslo), Thomas Huining Feng, Edward A. Lee y Stavros Tripakis (los tres últimos, de la Universidad de California en Berkeley).

El resumen del artículo es

This paper defines a real-time rewriting logic semantics for a significant subset of Ptolemy II discrete-event models. This is a challenging task, since such models combine a synchronous fixed-point semantics with hierarchical structure, explicit time, and a rich expression language. The code generation features of Ptolemy II have been leveraged to automatically synthesize a Real-Time Maude verification model from a Ptolemy II design model, and to integrate Real-Time Maude verification of the synthesized model into Ptolemy II. This enables a model-engineering process that combines the convenience of Ptolemy II DE modeling and simulation with formal verification in Real-Time Maude. We illustrate such formal verification of Ptolemy II models with three case studies.

Una versión previa del artículo, de libre acceso, es Verifying Hierarchical Ptolemy II discrete-event models using Real-Time Maude.

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