Towards a denotational semantics of timed RSL using duration calculus

@article{Li2001TowardsAD,
  title={Towards a denotational semantics of timed RSL using duration calculus},
  author={Li Li},
  journal={Journal of Computer Science and Technology},
  year={2001},
  volume={16},
  pages={64-76}
}
The Timed RAISE Specification Language (Timed RSL) is an extension of RAISE Specification Language by adding time constructors for specifying real-time applications. Duration Calculus (DC) is a real-time interval logic, which can be used to specify and reason about timing and logical constraints on duration properties of Boolean states in a dynamic system. This paper gives a denotational semantics to a subset of Timed RSL expressions, using Duration Calculus extended with super-dense chop… CONTINUE READING

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