Using Message Sequence Charts for Component-Based Formal Verification

@inproceedings{Finkbeiner2001UsingMS,
  title={Using Message Sequence Charts for Component-Based Formal Verification},
  author={Bernd Finkbeiner and Ingolf Kr{\"u}ger},
  year={2001}
}
Message sequence charts (MSCs) are are a popular tool to informally explain the behavioral embedding of a component in its environment. In this paper we investigate if MSCs can also serve as a speci cation and reasoning technique for the composition of systems from components. We identify three challenges: (1) Semantic Duality: MSCs express global coordination properties as well as requirements on individual components for their correct participation in an interaction pattern. We show that the… CONTINUE READING

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