Amjad Gawanmeh

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SystemC is a system level language recently proposed to raise the abstraction level for embedded systems design and verification. We propose a verification methodology for SystemC designs based on a combination of static code analysis and SystemC semantics described with abstract state machines (ASM). We abstract the source SystemC design into hypergraphs(More)
In this paper, we present a formal hardware verification framework linking ASM with MDG. ASM (Abstract State Machine) is a state based language for describing transition systems. MDG (Multiway Decision Graphs) provides symbolic representation of transition systems with support of abstract sorts and functions. We implemented a transformation tool that(More)
—Fast Health Interoperable Resources (FHIR) is the recently proposed standard from HL7. Its distinguishing features include the user friendly implementation, support of built-in terminologies and for widely-used web standards. Given the safety-critical nature of FHIR, the rigorous analysis of e-health systems using the FHIR is a dire need since they are(More)
We present a framework for the formal verification of Abstract State Machine (ASM) designs using the Multiway Decision Graphs (MDG) tool. ASM is a state based language for describing transition systems. MDG provides symbolic representation of transition systems with support of abstract sorts and functions. We implemented a transformation tool that(More)
In this paper, we propose a methodology to integrate the Property Specification Language (PSL) in the verification process of systems designed using Abstract States Machines (ASMs). We provide a complete embedding of PSL in the ASM language AsmL, which allows us to integrate PSL properties as part of the design. For the verification, we propose a technique(More)
—The correctness of group key protocols in communication systems remains a great challenge because of dynamic characteristics of group key construction as we deal with an open number of group members. In this paper, we propose a solution to model group key protocols and to verify their required properties, in particular secrecy property, using the event-B(More)