Marius Mikucionis

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This chapter presents principles and techniques for modelbased black-box conformance testing of real-time systems using the Uppaal model-checking tool-suite. The basis for testing is given as a network of concurrent timed automata specified by the test engineer. Relativized input/output conformance serves as the notion of implementation correctness,(More)
We present T-UPPAAL — a new tool for online black-box testing of real-time embedded systems from non-deterministic timed automata specifications. We describe a sound and complete randomized online testing algorithm and how to implement it using symbolic state representation and manipulation techniques. We propose the notion of relativized timed input/output(More)
UPPAAL-TRON is a new tool for model based online black-box conformance testing of real-time embedded systems specified as timed automata. In this paper we present our experiences in applying our tool and technique on an industrial case study. We conclude that the tool and technique is applicable to practical systems, and that it has promising error(More)
We propose the first tool for solving complex (some undecidable) problems of timed systems by using Statistical Model Checking (SMC). The tool monitors several runs of the system, and then relies on statistical algorithms to get an estimate of the correctness of the entire design. Contrary to other existing toolsets, ours relies on i) a natural stochastic(More)
This paper offers a survey of UPPAAL-SMC, a major extension of the real-time verification tool UPPAAL. UPPAAL-SMC allows for the efficient analysis of performance properties of networks of priced timed automata under a natural stochastic semantics. In particular, UPPAAL-SMC relies on a series of extensions of the statistical model checking approach(More)
This tutorial paper surveys the main features of Uppaal SMC, a model checking approach in Uppaal family that allows us to reason on networks of complex real-timed systems with a stochastic semantic. We demonstrate the modeling features of the tool, new verification algorithms and ways of applying them to potentially complex case studies.
We present the development of T-UPPAAL — a new tool for online black-box testing of real-time embedded systems from non-deterministic timed automata specifications. It is based on a sound and complete randomized online testing algorithm and is implemented using symbolic state representation and manipulation techniques. We propose the notion of relativized(More)
This paper offers a natural stochastic semantics of Networks of Priced Timed Automata (NPTA) based on races between components. The semantics provides the basis for satisfaction of Probabilistic Weighted CTL properties (PWCTL), conservatively extending the classical satisfaction of timed automata with respect to TCTL. In particular the extension allows for(More)
This paper presents novel extensions and applications of the UPPAAL-SMC model checker. The extensions allow for statistical model checking of stochastic hybrid systems. We show how our race-based stochastic semantics extends to networks of hybrid systems, and indicate the integration technique applied for implementing this semantics in the UPPAAL-SMC(More)
The goal of testing is to gain confidence in a physical computer based system by means of executing it. More than one third of typical project resources are spent on testing embedded and real-time systems, but still it remains ad-hoc, based on heuristics, and error-prone. Therefore systematic, theoretically well-founded and effective automated real-time(More)