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2010
Springer
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Symbolic Model-Checking of Optimistic Replication Algorithms
Abstract. The Operational Transformation (OT) approach, used in many collaborative editors, allows a group of users to concurrently update replicas of a shared object and exchange ...
Hanifa Boucheneb, Abdessamad Imine, Manal Najem
IFM
2010
Springer
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From Operating-System Correctness to Pervasively Verified Applications
Though program verification is known and has been used for decades, the verification of a complete computer system still remains a grand challenge. Part of this challenge is the in...
Matthias Daum, Norbert Schirmer, Mareike Schmidt
IFM
2010
Springer
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Towards Probabilistic Modelling in Event-B
Abstract. Event-B provides us with a powerful framework for correctby-construction system development. However, while developing dependable systems we should not only guarantee the...
Anton Tarasyuk, Elena Troubitsyna, Linas Laibinis
IFM
2010
Springer
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Specification and Verification of Model Transformations Using UML-RSDS
In this paper we describe techniques for the specification and verification of model transformations using a combination of UML and formal methods. The use of UML 2 notations to s...
Kevin Lano, Shekoufeh Kolahdouz Rahimi
IFM
2010
Springer
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Adding Change Impact Analysis to the Formal Verification of C Programs
Handling changes to programs and specifications efficiently is a particular challenge in formal software verification. Change impact analysis is an approach to this challenge where...
Serge Autexier, Christoph Lüth
IFM
2010
Springer
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Certified Absence of Dangling Pointers in a Language with Explicit Deallocation
Safe is a first-order eager functional language with facilities for programmer controlled destruction and copying of data structures. It provides also regions, i.e. disjoint parts...
Javier de Dios, Manuel Montenegro, Ricardo Pe&ntil...
IFM
2010
Springer
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An Event-B Approach to Data Sharing Agreements
A Data Sharing Agreement (DSA) is a contract among two or more principals regulating how they share data. Agreements are usually represented as a set of clauses expressed using the...
Alvaro E. Arenas, Benjamin Aziz, Juan Bicarregui, ...
IFM
2010
Springer
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Collaborative Modelling and Co-simulation in the Development of Dependable Embedded Systems
This paper presents initial results of research aimed at developing methods and tools for multidisciplinary collaborative development of dependable embedded systems. We focus on th...
John S. Fitzgerald, Peter Gorm Larsen, Ken Pierce,...
IFM
2010
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A Logical Framework to Deal with Variability
We present a logical framework that is able to deal with variability in product family descriptions. The temporal logic MHML is based on the classical Hennessy–Milner logic with ...
Patrizia Asirelli, Maurice H. ter Beek, Alessandro...
IFM
2010
Springer
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A CSP Approach to Control in Event-B
Event-B has emerged as one of the dominant state-based formal techniques used for modelling control-intensive applications. Due to the blocking semantics of events, their ordering ...
Steve Schneider, Helen Treharne, Heike Wehrheim
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