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How to make FDR Spin: LTL model checking of CSP using Refinement

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We study the possibility of doing LTL model checking on CSP specifications in the context of refinement. We present evidence that the refinement-based approach to verification does not seem to be very well suited for verifying certain temporal properties. To remedy this problem, we show how to (and how not to) perform LTL model checking of CSP processes using refinement checking in general and the FDR tool in particular. We show how one can handle (potentially) deadlocking systems, discuss the validity of our approach for infinite state systems, and shed light on the relationship between "classical" model checking and refinement checking.

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Leuschel, Michael, Massart, Thierry and Currie, Andrew, (2001) How to make FDR Spin: LTL model checking of CSP using Refinement Oliviera, J.N. and Zave, P. (eds.) At Proceedings of Formal Methods Europe FME'2001. , pp. 99-118.

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Published date: March 2001
Venue - Dates: Proceedings of Formal Methods Europe FME'2001, 2001-03-01
Organisations: Electronics & Computer Science

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Local EPrints ID: 254118
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/254118
PURE UUID: 1b6abb20-fd2f-4b87-bb07-ed303954ba53

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Date deposited: 29 Mar 2001
Last modified: 18 Jul 2017 09:54

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Author: Michael Leuschel
Author: Thierry Massart
Author: Andrew Currie
Editor: J.N. Oliviera
Editor: P. Zave

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