Automated theorem proving for the systematic analysis of interactive systems

@inproceedings{Harrison2013AutomatedTP,
  title={Automated theorem proving for the systematic analysis of interactive systems},
  author={Michael D. Harrison and Paolo Masci and Jos{\'e} Creissac Campos and Paul Curzon},
  year={2013}
}
This paper describes the use of an automated theorem prover to analyse properties of interactive behaviour. It offers an alternative to model checking for the analysis of interactive systems. There are situations, for example when demonstrating safety, in which alternative complementary analyses provide assurance to the regulator. The rigour and detail offered by theorem proving makes it possible to explore features of the design of the interactive system, as modelled, beyond those that would… CONTINUE READING

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