Monitoring Temporal Logic with Clock Variables

  title={Monitoring Temporal Logic with Clock Variables},
  author={Adri{\'a}n Elgy{\"u}tt and Thomas Ferr{\`e}re and Thomas A. Henzinger},
We solve the offline monitoring problem for timed propositional temporal logic (TPTL), interpreted over dense-time Boolean signals. The variant of TPTL we consider extends linear temporal logic (LTL) with clock variables and reset quantifiers, providing a mechanism to specify real-time constraints. We first describe a general monitoring algorithm based on an exhaustive computation of the set of satisfying clock assignments as a finite union of zones. We then propose a specialized monitoring… 
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