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Runtime Verification for LTL and TLTL
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This article studies runtime verification of properties expressed either in lineartime temporal logic (LTL) or timed time-based logic (TLTL). Expand
Comparing LTL Semantics for Runtime Verification
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We introduce a new four-valued logic Runtime Verification Linear Temporal Logic RV-LTL in accordance to these maxims. Expand
Monitoring of Real-Time Properties
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We propose a 3-valued semantics (true, false, inconclusive) for LTL and TLTL on finite traces is defined that resembles the infinite trace semantics in a suitable and intuitive manner. Expand
Decentralised LTL Monitoring
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We present an algorithm for distributing and monitoring LTL formulae, such that satisfac- tion or violation of specifications can be detected by local monitors alone. Expand
Decentralised LTL monitoring
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We present an algorithm for distributing and monitoring linear-time temporal logic (LTL) formulae, such that satisfaction or violation of specifications can be detected by local monitors alone. Expand
The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly, But How Ugly Is Ugly?
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This work defines a four-valued semantics for LTL over finite traces, which extends the classical semantics, and allows to infer whether a system behaves (1) according to the monitored property, (2) violates the property, or (3) will possibly conform to the property in the future. Expand
A Novel Architecture for Situation Awareness Systems
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We have developed a novel system architecture that emphasizes the role of formal logic and automated theorem provers in its main components. Expand
From Propositional to First-Order Monitoring
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We introduce a first-order temporal logic, LTLFO, and a corresponding monitor construction based on a new type of automaton, called spawning automaton. Expand
A First-Order Policy Language for History-Based Transaction Monitoring
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We introduce a specification language based on linear temporal logic for expressing a policy for categorising the behaviour patterns of a user depending on its transaction history. Expand
Tool-support for the analysis of hybrid systems and models
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This paper introduces a method and tool-support for the automatic analysis and verification of hybrid and embedded control systems, whose continuous dynamics are often modelled using MATLAB/Simulink, which is then used for subsequent analysis. Expand
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