By Amir Pnueli (auth.), E. Allen Emerson, Aravinda Prasad Sistla (eds.)

ISBN-10: 3540450475

ISBN-13: 9783540450474

ISBN-10: 3540677704

ISBN-13: 9783540677703

This quantity comprises the complaints of the twelfth overseas convention on laptop Aided Veri?cation (CAV 2000) held in Chicago, Illinois, united states in the course of 15-19 July 2000. The CAV meetings are dedicated to the development of the idea and perform of formal tools for and software program veri?cation. The con- rence covers the spectrum from theoretical foundations to concrete functions, with an emphasis on veri?cation algorithms, equipment, and instruments including ideas for his or her implementation. The convention has typically drawn contributions from either researchers and practitioners in academia and undefined. This 12 months ninety one average examine papers have been submitted out of which 35 have been - cepted, whereas 14 short software papers have been submitted, out of which nine have been authorized for presentation. CAV integrated invited talks and a panel dialogue. CAV additionally incorporated an academic day with invited tutorials. Many business businesses have proven a significant curiosity in CAV, starting from utilizing the provided applied sciences of their enterprise to constructing and m- keting their very own formal veri?cation instruments. we're very happy with the help we obtain from undefined. CAV 2000 used to be subsidized via a couple of beneficiant andforward-lookingcompaniesandorganizationsincluding:CadenceDesign- stems, IBM study, Intel, Lucent applied sciences, Mentor photos, the Minerva heart for Veri?cation of Reactive platforms, Siemens, and Synopsys. TheCAVconferencewasfoundedbyitsSteeringCommittee:EdmundClarke (CMU), Bob Kurshan (Bell Labs), Amir Pnueli (Weizmann), and Joseph Sifakis (Verimag).

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Example 1. The context-free rewrite system {A, B}, {a, b}, R, A , with R(a) = { A, AB } and R(b) = { A, ε , B, ε }, induces the labeled transition graph on the right. A a AB a b b ε b ABB a b B b BB ABBB b b BBB We define the size |R| of R as the space required in order to encode the rewrite rules in R. Thus, in the case of a context-free rewrite system, |x| , |R| = a∈Act A,x ∈R(a) An Automata-Theoretic Approach to Reasoning about Infinite-State Systems 39 and in a prefix-recognizable rewrite system, |R| = |Uα | + |Uβ | + |Uγ | , a∈Act α,β,γ ∈R(a) where |Ur | is the size of a nondeterministic automaton provided for the regular expression r.

Thus, in the case of a context-free rewrite system, |x| , |R| = a∈Act A,x ∈R(a) An Automata-Theoretic Approach to Reasoning about Infinite-State Systems 39 and in a prefix-recognizable rewrite system, |R| = |Uα | + |Uβ | + |Uγ | , a∈Act α,β,γ ∈R(a) where |Ur | is the size of a nondeterministic automaton provided for the regular expression r. 2 µ-Calculus The µ-calculus is a modal logic augmented with least and greatest fixpoint operators [Koz83]. ϕ, for y ∈ Var and a µ-calculus formula ϕ. A sentence is a formula that contains no free variables from Var (that is, all the variables are in a scope of some fixed-point operator).

We choose the best splitting variable so far, and iteratively add more variables according to the general construction of the slicing function. However, this time we first select those variables for which the resulting function strictly decreases the size of the slices. Only then, out of those variables selected, we choose the one for which the slicing function achieves a minimal cost. Achieving Scalability in Parallel Reachability Analysis of Very Large Circuits 5 29 Efficient Transfer of BDDs As described in Section 2, processes periodically exchange BDDs during reachability analysis.

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