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on Software Tools for Technology Transfer ( STTT )

@inproceedings{Beebe2005onST,
  title={on Software Tools for Technology Transfer ( STTT )},
  author={Nelson H. F. Beebe},
  year={2005}
}
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A Bibliography of Publications of Nelson H. F. Beebe
This bibliography records publications of Nelson H. F. Beebe. Title word cross-reference #1 [68]. #2 [99, 184]. #3 [100, 186]. #4 [115, 192]. #5 [117, 195]. #6 [201]. #7 [210]. #8 [223]. 10 [49]. +
Formal verification of real-time embedded software in an object-oriented application framework
TLDR
This work contributes to the state-of-art technology by showing how a design framework and a verification framework can be integrated and proposes a mapping from the object-oriented model to a formal model, a schedule-verify-map strategy and a compositional verification methodology, respectively.
An orchestrated survey of methodologies for automated software test case generation
Fine-Grained Refinement on TPM-Based Protocol Applications
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This paper modifications the classical Dolev-Yao attacker model, which assumes normal entity's compliance with the protocol even without TPM's protection, and makes fine-grained refinement on TPM-based security protocols to illustrate the formal solution on the application level by using the Event-B language.
An integration test framework for service-oriented architecture
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This thesis addresses the testing and debugging of applications within a SOA presents special challenges by introducing a 'grey box' test agent architecture and a model-driven approach to express 'greybox' test campaigns.
Innovations in Model-based Software And Systems Engineering.
TLDR
This article summarizes research activities focusing on the development and use of models in software and systems engineering and concludes that models in their various forms are an important prerequisite to gain understanding of these systems.
Verification of Distributed Erlang Programs using Testing, Model Checking and Theorem Proving
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A trace-based testing method is introduced, which has been used to find and analyze errors in an existing open-source implementation of a fault-tolerant leader election algorithm, and a semi-automatic algorithm verification method is proposed that is used to prove safety properties for Stoller's leaderelection algorithm.
May/Must Abstraction-Based Software Model Checking for Sound Verification and Falsification
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This paper presents an introduction to the main ideas behind this framework, namely models for three-valued abstractions, completeness preorders to measure the level of completeness of such models, three- valued temporal logics and generalized model checking.
Ten Years of Analyzing Actors: Rebeca Experience
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A survey of the different analysis techniques that are provided for the modeling language Rebeca, designed as an imperative actor-based language with the goal of providing an easy to use language for modeling concurrent and distributed systems, with formal verification support.
Symmetry and partial order reduction techniques in model checking Rebeca
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Two approaches for detecting symmetry in Rebeca models are presented: One that detects symmetry in the topology of inter-connections among objects and another one which exploits specific data structures to reflect internal symmetry inThe internal structure of an object.
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Towards a “Synchronous Reactive” UML profile?
  • R. Simone, C. André
  • Computer Science
    International Journal on Software Tools for Technology Transfer
  • 2005
TLDR
The synchronous reactive domain described here should be dealt with and included in the forthcoming UML profile for “Modeling and Analysis of Real-Time and Embedded systems” (MARTE), whose request for proposal was recently voted at OMG.
The HybridUML profile for UML 2.0
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A new UML extension for the specification of hybrid systems, where observables may consist of both discrete and time-continuous parameters, is presented and the benefits and weaknesses of the constructed hybrid UML profile are discussed, resulting in feed-back for the improvement of both UML 2.0 and the CHARON formalism.
Special section on the algorithmics of software model checking — Introductory paper
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This special section is the second devoted to publishing revised versions of contributions first presented at the International SPIN Workshop Series on Model Checking Software, and three of the papers included here have been extended to include significant new content and have undergone an independent round of reviewing.
Tools and Algorithms for the Construction and Analysis of Systems
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This paper presents a meta-modelling framework for modeling and testing the robustness of the modeled systems and some of the techniques used in this framework have been developed and tested in the field.
Introductory paper
  • T. Margaria
  • Computer Science
    International Journal on Software Tools for Technology Transfer
  • 2005
This special section is devoted to a selection of papers that originally appeared in two thematic sessions on high-level testing of complex systems at IDPT 2002 and 2003, the 6th and 7th World
Covering sharing trees: a compact data structure for parameterized verification
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The theoretical complexity of the operations over covering sharing trees needed in symbolic model checking, a new heuristic rule based on structural properties of Petri Nets that can be used to efficiently prune the search during symbolic backward exploration is studied.
On a time enriched OCL liveness template
  • J. Bowles, S. Anderson
  • Computer Science
    International Journal on Software Tools for Technology Transfer
  • 2005
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A novel real-time logic of knowledge is considered, and it is argued why logics of knowledge are useful and promising in this context, and a simple time enriched liveness template for OCL is provided.
Are BDDs still alive within sequential verification?
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This work proposes a fully BDD-based approach based on mixing forward and backward traversals, dovetailing approximate and exact methods, adopting guided and partitioned searches, and using conjunctive decompositions and generalized-cofactor-based BDD simplifications to compete with SAT-based tools on a broader range of circuit sizes.
Lightweight coarse-grained coordination: a scalable system-level approach
  • T. Margaria, B. Steffen
  • Computer Science
    International Journal on Software Tools for Technology Transfer
  • 2003
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The solution to the problem of modelling functionally complex communication systems at the application level, based on lightweight coordination, is extended to seamlessly capture system-level testing as well to induce an understandable modelling paradigm of system-wide test cases that is adequate for the needs and requirements of industrial test engineers.
TGV: theory, principles and algorithms
  • C. Jard, T. Jéron
  • Computer Science
    International Journal on Software Tools for Technology Transfer
  • 2004
TLDR
The TGV tool is presented, which allows for the automatic synthesis of conformance test cases from a formal specification of a (non-deterministic) reactive system and some ongoing work on test synthesis is described.
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