Who is to Blame? Runtime Verification of Distributed Objects with Active Monitors

@article{Ahrendt2018WhoIT,
  title={Who is to Blame? Runtime Verification of Distributed Objects with Active Monitors},
  author={Wolfgang Ahrendt and Ludovic Henrio and Wytse Oortwijn},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2018},
  volume={abs/1908.10042},
  pages={32-46}
}
Since distributed software systems are ubiquitous, their correct functioning is crucially important. Static verification is possible in principle, but requires high expertise and effort which is not feasible in many eco-systems. Runtime verification can serve as a lean alternative, where monitoring mechanisms are automatically generated from property specifications, to check compliance at runtime. This paper contributes a practical solution for powerful and flexible runtime verification of… Expand
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