SAT-Based Synthesis Methods for Safety Specs

@inproceedings{Bloem2014SATBasedSM,
  title={SAT-Based Synthesis Methods for Safety Specs},
  author={Roderick Bloem and Robert K{\"o}nighofer and Martina Seidl},
  booktitle={VMCAI},
  year={2014}
}
Automatic synthesis of hardware components from declarative specifications is an ambitious endeavor in computer aided design. Existing synthesis algorithms are often implemented with Binary Decision Diagrams (BDDs), inheriting their scalability limitations. Instead of BDDs, we propose several new methods to synthesize finite-state systems from safety specifications using decision procedures for the satisfiability of quantified and unquantified Boolean formulas (SAT-, QBFand EPRsolvers). The… CONTINUE READING
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