From Code to Models

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From Code to Models
One of the corner stones of formal methods is the notion traction enables analysis. By the construction of act model we can trade implementation detail for analytical power. The intent of a model is to preserve selected characteristics of real-world artifact, while suppressing others. Unfortunately, practitioners are less likely to use a modeling tool if it cannot handle realworld artifacts in their native format. The requirement to build a model to enable analysis is often seen as a verdict to design a system twice: once in a verification language and once in an implementation language. Because the implementation phase cannot be skipped, verification is often sacrificed. In this paper we will consider a way to avoid this problem by automating the extraction of verification models from implementation level code. The user now only model extraction rules, or abstractions, rather than full-scale models.
Gerard J. Holzmann
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Updated 23 Aug 2010
Type Conference
Year 2001
Where ACSD
Authors Gerard J. Holzmann
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