Arjun Kapur

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The Stanford Temporal Prover, STeP, supports the computer-aided formal veriication of reactive (and, in particular, concurrent) systems based on temporal speciications. Reactive systems maintain an ongoing interaction with their environment; their speciications are typically expressed as constraints on their behavior over time. Unlike most systems for(More)
The Stanford Temporal Prover, STeP, combines deductive methods with algorithmic techniques to verify linear-time temporal logic speciications of reactive and real-time systems. STeP uses veriication rules, veriication diagrams, automatically generated invariants, model checking, and a collection of decision procedures to verify nite-and innnite-state(More)
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We propose a methodology for the speciication, veriication, and design of hybrid systems. The methodology consists of the computational model of Concrete Phase Transition Systems (cptss), the speciication language of Hybrid Temporal Logic (htl), the graphical system description language of Hybrid Automata, and a proof system for verifying that hybrid(More)
We present a methodology for the veriication of temporal properties of hybrid systems. The methodology is based on the deductive transformation of hybrid diagrams, which represent the system and its properties, and which can be algorithmically checked against the spec-iication. This check either gives a positive answer to the veriication problem, or(More)
This paper describes experimentation using a variety of sensor techniques to capture body gestures and train a student performing the North Indian hand drums known as the Tabla. A comparative study of motion capture systems, wearable accelerometer units, and wireless inertial sensor packages, is described. Each acquisition method has it advantages and(More)
We propose a methodology for the speciication, veriication, and design of hybrid systems. The methodology consists of the computational model of Concrete Phase Transition Systems (cptss), the speciication language of Hybrid Temporal Logic (htl), the graphical system description language of Hybrid Automata, and a proof system for verifying that hybrid(More)