Automatic Synthesis of Real Time Systems
AbstractThis paper presents a method for automatically constructing real time systems directly from their specifications. The model-construction problem is considered for implicit specifications of the form:
(A_1 | . . . | A_n | X) sat S
where S is a real time (logical) specification, A_1, ... , A_n are given (regular) timed agents and the problem is to decide whether there exists (and if possible exhibit) a real time agent X which when put in parallel with A_1, ..., A_n will yield a network satisfying S. The method presented proceeds in two steps: first, the implicit specification of X is transformed into an equivalent direct specification of X; second, a model for this direct specification is constructed (if possible) using a direct model construction algorithm. A prototype implementation of our method has been added to the real time verification tool EPSILON.
How to Cite
Andersen, J. (1994). Automatic Synthesis of Real Time Systems. BRICS Report Series, 1(45). https://doi.org/10.7146/brics.v1i45.21597
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