Sciweavers

Share
SIGSOFT
2010
ACM

Synthesis of live behaviour models

8 years 1 months ago
Synthesis of live behaviour models
We present a novel technique for synthesising behaviour models that works for an expressive subset of liveness properties and conforms to the foundational requirements engineering World/Machine model, dealing explicitly with assumptions on environment behaviour and distinguishing controlled and monitored actions. This is the first technique that conforms to what is considered best practice in requirements specifications: distinguishing prescriptive and descriptive assertions. Most previous attempts at using synthesis of behavioural models were restricted to handling only safety properties. Those that did support liveness were inadequate for synthesis of operational event based models as they did not include the bespoke distinction between system goals and environment assumptions. Categories and Subject Descriptors D.2 [Software Engineering] General Terms Design, Algorithms Keywords controller synthesis, behavioural modelling
Nicolás D'Ippolito, Víctor A. Braber
Added 15 Feb 2011
Updated 15 Feb 2011
Type Journal
Year 2010
Where SIGSOFT
Authors Nicolás D'Ippolito, Víctor A. Braberman, Nir Piterman, Sebastián Uchitel
Comments (0)
books