Verifying protocols by model checking: a case study of the wireless application protocol and the model checker SPIN

@inproceedings{He2004VerifyingPB,
  title={Verifying protocols by model checking: a case study of the wireless application protocol and the model checker SPIN},
  author={Y. He and R. Janicki},
  booktitle={CASCON},
  year={2004}
}
  • Y. He, R. Janicki
  • Published in CASCON 2004
  • Computer Science
  • This paper deals with a formal verification of protocols, where the model checking approach is applied. As a case example, the Wireless Application Protocol (WAP Version 2.0) and the SPIN model checker are used. The paper concentrates on the Transaction Layer, in which some defects have been uncovered and proper corrections have been proposed. 
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