Proving Properties of Real-Time Systems Through Logical Specifications and Petri Net Models

@article{Felder1994ProvingPO,
  title={Proving Properties of Real-Time Systems Through Logical Specifications and Petri Net Models},
  author={Miguel Felder and Dino Mandrioli and Angelo Morzenti},
  journal={IEEE Trans. Software Eng.},
  year={1994},
  volume={20},
  pages={127-141}
}
The problem of formally analyzing properties of real-time systems is addressed. A method is proposed that allows specifying system properties in the TRIO language (an extension of temporal logic suitable to deal explicitly with the “time” variable and to measure it) and modeling the system as a timed Petri net. It is argued that such an approach is more general than analyzing program properties. The proof method is based on an axiomatization of timed Petri nets in terms of TRIO so that their… CONTINUE READING

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