Automata with Generalized Rabin Pairs for Probabilistic Model Checking and LTL Synthesis

@inproceedings{Chatterjee2013AutomataWG,
  title={Automata with Generalized Rabin Pairs for Probabilistic Model Checking and LTL Synthesis},
  author={Krishnendu Chatterjee and Andreas Gaiser and Jan Křet{\'i}nsk{\'y}},
  booktitle={CAV},
  year={2013}
}
The model-checking problem for probabilistic systems crucially relies on the translation of LTL to deterministic Rabin automata (DRW). Our recent Safraless translation [KE12, GKE12] for the LTL(F,G) fragment produces smaller automata as compared to the traditional approach. In this work, instead of DRW we consider deterministic automata with acceptance condition given as disjunction of generalized Rabin pairs (DGRW). The Safraless translation of LTL(F,G) formulas to DGRW results in smaller… 

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