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Inhalt Keynote Speech.- Games for Formal Design and Verification of Reactive Systems.- Evolution of Model Checking into the EDA In... Weiterlesen
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Keynote Speech.- Games for Formal Design and Verification of Reactive Systems.- Evolution of Model Checking into the EDA Industry.- Abstraction Refinement.- Invited Speech.- Tools for Automated Verification of Web Services.- Theorem Proving Languages for Verification.- An Automated Rigorous Review Method for Verifying and Validating Formal Specifications.- Papers.- Toward Unbounded Model Checking for Region Automata.- Search Space Partition and Case Basis Exploration for Reducing Model Checking Complexity.- Synthesising Attacks on Cryptographic Protocols.- Büchi Complementation Made Tighter.- SAT-Based Verification of Safe Petri Nets.- Disjunctive Invariants for Numerical Systems.- Validity Checking for Quantifier-Free First-Order Logic with Equality Using Substitution of Boolean Formulas.- Fair Testing Revisited: A Process-Algebraic Characterisation of Conflicts.- Exploiting Symmetries for Testing Equivalence in the Spi Calculus.- Using Block-Local Atomicity to Detect Stale-Value Concurrency Errors.- Abstraction-Based Model Checking Using Heuristical Refinement.- A Global Timed Bisimulation Preserving Abstraction for Parametric Time-Interval Automata.- Design and Evaluation of a Symbolic and Abstraction-Based Model Checker.- Component-Wise Instruction-Cache Behavior Prediction.- Validating the Translation of an Industrial Optimizing Compiler.- Composition of Accelerations to Verify Infinite Heterogeneous Systems.- Hybrid System Verification Is Not a Sinecure.- Providing Automated Verification in HOL Using MDGs.- Specification, Abduction, and Proof.- Introducing Structural Dynamic Changes in Petri Nets: Marked-Controlled Reconfigurable Nets.- Typeness for ?-Regular Automata.- Partial Order Reduction for Detecting Safety and Timing Failures of Timed Circuits.- Mutation Coverage Estimation for Model Checking.- Modular Model Checking of Software Specifications with Simultaneous Environment Generation.- Rabin Tree and Its Application to Group Key Distribution.- Using Overlay Networks to Improve VoIP Reliability.- Integrity-Enhanced Verification Scheme for Software-Intensive Organizations.- RCGES: Retargetable Code Generation for Embedded Systems.- Verification of Analog and Mixed-Signal Circuits Using Timed Hybrid Petri Nets.- First-Order LTL Model Checking Using MDGs.- Localizing Errors in Counterexample with Iteratively Witness Searching.- Verification of WCDMA Protocols and Implementation.- Efficient Representation of Algebraic Expressions.- Development of RTOS for PLC Using Formal Methods.- Reducing Parametric Automata: A Multimedia Protocol Service Case Study.- Synthesis of State Feedback Controllers for Parameterized Discrete Event Systems.- Solving Box-Pushing Games via Model Checking with Optimizations.- CLP Based Static Property Checking.- A Temporal Assertion Extension to Verilog.

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Titel: Automated Technology for Verification and Analysis
Untertitel: Second International Conference, ATVA 2004, Taipei, Taiwan, ROC, October 31 - November 3, 2004. Proceedings
Editor:
EAN: 9783540304760
Format: E-Book (pdf)
Hersteller: Springer Berlin Heidelberg
Genre: Anwendungs-Software
Veröffentlichung: 11.10.2004
Digitaler Kopierschutz: Wasserzeichen
Dateigrösse: 5.48 MB
Anzahl Seiten: 510

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