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Approximating Continuous Systems by Timed Automata

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Approximating Continuous Systems by Timed Automata
In this work we develop a new technique for over-approximating (in the sense of timed trace inclusion) continuous dynamical systems by timed auThis technique refines commonly-used discrete abstractions which are often too coarse to be useful. The essence of our technique is the partition of the state space into cubes and the allocation of a clock for each dimension. This allows us to get much better approximations of the behavior. We specialize this technique to multi-affine systems, a class of nonlinear systems of primary importance for the analysis of biochemical systems and demonstrate its applicability on an example taken from synthetic biology.
Oded Maler, Grégory Batt
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Updated 26 Oct 2010
Type Conference
Year 2008
Where FMSB
Authors Oded Maler, Grégory Batt
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