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Qualitative Probabilistic Modelling in Event-B

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Qualitative Probabilistic Modelling in Event-B
Abstract. Event-B is a notation and method for discrete systems modelling by refinement. We introduce a small but very useful construction: qualitative probabilistic choice. It extends the expressiveness of Event-B allowing us to prove properties of systems that could not be formalised in Event-B before. We demonstrate this by means of a small example, part of a larger Event-B development that could not be fully proved before. An important feature of the introduced construction is that it does not complicate the existing Event-B notation or method, and can be explained without referring to the underlying more complicated probabilistic theory. The necessary theory [17] itself is briefly outlined in this article to justify the soundness of the proof obligations given. We also give a short account of alternative constructions that we explored, and rejected.
Stefan Hallerstede, Thai Son Hoang
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Type Conference
Year 2007
Where IFM
Authors Stefan Hallerstede, Thai Son Hoang
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