A Synchronous Paradigm for Modeling Stable Reactive Systems

@inproceedings{Winter1999ASP,
  title={A Synchronous Paradigm for Modeling Stable Reactive Systems},
  author={Victor L. Winter},
  booktitle={HASE},
  year={1999}
}
CEIVED This paper describes a modeling technnique for single-agent reactive systems, that is influenced by the modeliig paradigm of Parnas [5] as well as by the synchronous paradigms of LUSTRE[4] and ESTEREL[l]. In this paradigm, single-agent reactive systems are modeled in a universe having a discrete clock. This discretization of time greatly reduces the temporal complexity of the model. We believe that the advantage of this reduction in temporal complexity is that the resulting model is in… CONTINUE READING

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