Fluent temporal logic for discrete-time event-based models

@inproceedings{Letier2005FluentTL,
  title={Fluent temporal logic for discrete-time event-based models},
  author={Emmanuel Letier and Jeff Kramer and Jeff Magee and Sebasti{\'a}n Uchitel},
  booktitle={ESEC/SIGSOFT FSE},
  year={2005}
}
Fluent model checking is an automated technique for verifying that an event-based operational model satisfies some state-based declarative properties. The link between the event-based and state-based formalisms is defined through "fluents" which are state predicates whose value are determined by the occurrences of initiating and terminating events that make the fluents values become true or false, respectively.The existing fluent temporal logic is convenient for reasoning about untimed event… CONTINUE READING
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