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CADE
2005
Springer
11 years 11 months ago
Proof Planning for First-Order Temporal Logic
Proof planning is an automated reasoning technique which improves proof search by raising it to a meta-level. In this paper we apply proof planning to First-Order Linear Temporal L...
Claudio Castellini, Alan Smaill
AAAI
2006
10 years 12 months ago
Planning with First-Order Temporally Extended Goals using Heuristic Search
Temporally extended goals (TEGs) refer to properties that must hold over intermediate and/or final states of a plan. The problem of planning with TEGs is of renewed interest becau...
Jorge A. Baier, Sheila A. McIlraith
AICOM
2010
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Interactive verification of concurrent systems using symbolic execution
This paper presents an interactive proof method for the verification of temporal properties of concurrent systems based on symbolic execution. Symbolic execution is a well known a...
Simon Bäumler, Michael Balser, Florian Nafz, ...
ICTL
1994
11 years 2 months ago
Completeness through Flatness in Two-Dimensional Temporal Logic
We introduce a temporal logic TAL and prove that it has several nice features. The formalism is a two-dimensional modal system in the sense that formulas of the language are evalua...
Yde Venema
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