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Bounded model checking and induction: From refutation to verification

@article{Moura2003BoundedMC,
  title={Bounded model checking and induction: From refutation to verification},
  author={Leonardo Mendonça de Moura and Harald Ruess and Maria Sorea},
  journal={Lecture Notes in Computer Science},
  year={2003},
  pages={14-26}
}
We explore the combination of bounded model checking and induction for proving safety properties of infinite-state systems. In particular, we define a general k-induction scheme and prove completeness thereof. A main characteristic of our methodology is that strengthened invariants are generated from failed k-induction proofs. This strengthening step requires quantifier-elimination, and we propose a lazy quantifier-elimination procedure, which delays expensive computations of disjunctive normal… Expand
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