Series of Abstractions for Hybrid Automata

@inproceedings{Tiwari2002SeriesOA,
  title={Series of Abstractions for Hybrid Automata},
  author={Ashish Tiwari and Gaurav Khanna},
  booktitle={HSCC},
  year={2002}
}
We present a technique based on the use of the quantifier elimination decision procedure for real closed fields and simple theorem proving to construct a series of successively finer qualitative abstractions of hybrid automata. The resulting abstractions are always discrete transition systems which can then be used by any traditional analysis tool. The constructed abstractions are conservative and can be used to establish safety properties of the original system. Our technique works on linear… CONTINUE READING
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