By Chao Wang

ISBN-10: 0387341552

ISBN-13: 9780387341552

ISBN-10: 0387346007

ISBN-13: 9780387346007

Abstraction Refinement for giant Scale version Checking summarizes fresh study on abstraction concepts for version checking huge electronic process. contemplating either the dimensions of contemporary electronic structures and the capability of state of the art verification algorithms, abstraction is the one achievable resolution for the profitable software of version checking options to industrial-scale designs. This ebook describes contemporary study advancements in computerized abstraction refinement suggestions. The suite of algorithms awarded during this ebook has tested major development over earlier paintings; a few of them have already been followed via the EDA businesses of their commercial/in-house verification instruments.

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Other safety properties include mutual exclusion, deadlock freedom, etc. A property is a liveness property if and only if it contains at least one good continuation for every finite prefix. This corresponds to the intuition that it is still possible for the property to hold (good thing to happen) after any finite execution. Liveness properties do not have a finite counterexample, and therefore in principle cannot be falsified after a finite number of execution steps. An example of liveness property is G{p —^ f q)^ which states that whenever the propositional formula p is true, the propositional formula q must become true at some future cycle although there is no upper limit on the time by which q is required to become true.

The package provides a large set of operations to manipulate BDDs, Algebraic Decision Diagrams (ADDs) [BFG"^93], and Zero-suppressed Binary Decision Diagrams (ZDDs) [Min93]. The latter two are variants of BDDs. , the integer domain), as opposed to B in BDDs. ZDDs represent switching functions like BDDs, but they are much more efficient than BDDs when the functions to be represented are characteristic functions of cube sets, or in general, when the ON-set of the function to be represented is very sparse.

There are also CTL properties that cannot be expressed in LTL; an example in this category would be AG Efp. Both LTL and CTL are strict subsets of the more general CTL* logic [EH83, EL87]. 4. In this book, we focus primarily on LTL model checking. Readers who are interested in CTL model checking are referred to [CES86, McM94] or the book [CGP99]. 4. The relationship among LTL, CTL, and CTL* We have used the term universal property during previous discussions. Now we give a formal definition of universal and existential properties.

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