Verus: A Tool for Quantitative Analysis of Finite-State Real-Time Systems

@inproceedings{Campos1995VerusAT,
  title={Verus: A Tool for Quantitative Analysis of Finite-State Real-Time Systems},
  author={S{\'e}rgio Vale Aguiar Campos and Edmund M. Clarke and Wilfredo R. Marrero and Marius Minea},
  booktitle={Workshop on Languages, Compilers, & Tools for Real-Time Systems},
  year={1995}
}
Symbolic model checking is a technique for verifying finite-state concurrent systems. Models with up to 1030 states can often be verified in minutes. In this paper, we present a new tool to analyze real-time systems, based on this technique. We have designed a language, called Verus, for the description of real-time systems. Such a description is compiled into a state-transition graph and represented symbolically using binary decision diagrams. We have developed new algorithms for exploring the… CONTINUE READING
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