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Checking Timed Bisimulation with Bounded Zone-History Graphs - Technical Report

  title={Checking Timed Bisimulation with Bounded Zone-History Graphs - Technical Report},
  author={Lars Luthmann and Hendrik G{\"o}ttmann and Malte Lochau},
  • Lars Luthmann, Hendrik Göttmann, Malte Lochau
  • Published 2019
  • Computer Science
  • ArXiv
  • Timed automata (TA) are a well-established formalism for discrete-state/continuous-time behaviors of time-critical reactive systems. Concerning the fundamental analysis problem of comparing a candidate implementation against a specification, both given as TA, it has been shown that timed trace equivalence is undecidable, whereas timed bisimulation equivalence is decidable. The corresponding proof utilizes region graphs, a finite, but very space-consuming characterization of TA semantics. In… CONTINUE READING

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