Chiefly Symmetric: Results on the Scalability of Probabilistic Model Checking for Operating-System Code

@inproceedings{Baier2012ChieflySR,
  title={Chiefly Symmetric: Results on the Scalability of Probabilistic Model Checking for Operating-System Code},
  author={C. Baier and M. Daum and Benjamin Engel and Hermann H{\"a}rtig and Joachim Klein and Sascha Kl{\"u}ppelholz and Steffen M{\"a}rcker and H. Tews and M. V{\"o}lp},
  booktitle={SSV},
  year={2012}
}
Reliability in terms of functional properties from the safety-liveness spectrum is an indispensable requirement of low-level operating-system (OS) code. However, with evermore complex and thus less predictable hardware, quantitative and probabilistic guarantees become more and more important. Probabilistic model checking is one technique to automatically obtain these guarantees. First experiences with the automated quantitative analysis of low-level operating-system code confirm the expectation… Expand
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