On Expressing and Monitoring Oscillatory Dynamics

@inproceedings{Dluhos2012OnEA,
  title={On Expressing and Monitoring Oscillatory Dynamics},
  author={Petr Dluhos and Lubo{\vs} Brim and David {\vS}afr{\'a}nek},
  booktitle={HSB},
  year={2012}
}
To express temporal properties of dense-time real-valued signals, the Signal Temporal Logic (STL) has been defined by Maler et al. The work presented a monitoring algorithm deciding the satisfiability of STL formulae on finite discrete samples of continuous signals. The logic has been used to express and analyse biological systems, but it is not expressive enough to sufficiently distinguish oscillatory properties important in biology. In this paper we define the extended logic STL* in which STL… 

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