Radu Mateescu

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Cadp (Construction and Analysis of Distributed Processes) [2, 3] is a toolbox for specification, rapid prototyping, verification, testing, and performance evaluation of asynchronous systems (concurrent processes with message-passing communication). The developments of Cadp during the last five years led to a new release named Cadp 2006 “Edinburgh” (as a(More)
Cadp (Construction and Analysis of Distributed Processes) is a comprehensive software toolbox that implements the results of concurrency theory. Started in the mid 80s, Cadp has been continuously developed by adding new tools and enhancing existing ones. Today, Cadp benefits from a worldwide user community, both in academia and industry. This paper presents(More)
CADP (Construction and Analysis of Distributed Processes) is a comprehensive software toolbox that implements the results of concurrency theory. Started in the mid-1980s, CADP has been continuously developed by adding new tools and enhancing existing ones. Today, CADP benefits from a worldwide user community, both in academia and industry. This paper(More)
Model-checking is a successful technique for automatically verifying concurrent finite-state systems. When building a model-checker, a good compromise must be made between the expressive power of the property description formalism, the complexity of the model-checking problem, and the user-friendliness of the interface. We present a temporal logic and an(More)
Reuse and composition are increasingly advocated and put into practice in modern software engineering. However, the software entities that are to be reused to build an application, e.g., services, have seldom been developed to integrate and to cope with the application requirements. As a consequence, they present mismatch, which directly hampers their(More)
MOTIVATION The modeling and simulation of genetic regulatory networks have created the need for tools for model validation. The main challenges of model validation are the achievement of a match between the precision of model predictions and experimental data, as well as the efficient and reliable comparison of the predictions and observations. RESULTS We(More)
MOTIVATION Models of the dynamics of cellular interaction networks have become increasingly larger in recent years. Formal verification based on model checking provides a powerful technology to keep up with this increase in scale and complexity. The application of modelchecking approaches is hampered, however, by the difficulty for nonexpert users to(More)