Towards Usable and Relevant Model Checking Techniques for the Analysis of Dependable Interactive Systems

@inproceedings{Loer2002TowardsUA,
  title={Towards Usable and Relevant Model Checking Techniques for the Analysis of Dependable Interactive Systems},
  author={Karsten Loer and Michael D. Harrison},
  booktitle={ASE},
  year={2002}
}
Model checking is a formal technique for the automated analysis of system models against formal requirements. Once a suitable model and property have been specified, no further interaction by the analyst is required. However, this does not make the method necessarily user friendly since the checker must be provided with appropriate and complex input data. Furthermore, counter-examples generated by the system are often difficult to interpret. Because of this complexity, model checking is not… CONTINUE READING