PROBMELA: a modeling language for communicating probabilistic processes

@article{Baier2004PROBMELAAM,
  title={PROBMELA: a modeling language for communicating probabilistic processes},
  author={Christel Baier and Frank Ciesinski and Marcus Gr{\"o}\sser},
  journal={Proceedings. Second ACM and IEEE International Conference on Formal Methods and Models for Co-Design, 2004. MEMOCODE '04.},
  year={2004},
  pages={57-66}
}
Building automated tools to address the analysis of reactive probabilistic systems requires a simple, but expressive input language with a formal semantics based on a probabilistic operational model that can serve as starting point for verification algorithms. We introduce for probabilistic parallel programs with shared variables, message passing via synchronous and (perfect or lossy) fifo channels and atomic regions and provide a structured operational semantics. Applied to finite-state… CONTINUE READING
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