José Vander Meulen

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Model checking is an efficient technique for verifying properties on reactive systems. Partial-order reduction (POR) and symbolic model checking are two common approaches to deal with the state space explosion problem in model checking. Traditionally, symbolic model checking uses BDDs which can suffer from space blow-up. More recently bounded model checking(More)
Symbolic techniques and partial order reduction (POR) are two fruitful approaches to deal with the combinatorial explosion of model checking. Unfortunately, past experience has shown that symbolic techniques do not work well for loosely-synchronized models, whereas, by applying POR methods, explicit-state model checkers are able to deal with large(More)
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