4 edition of Verification of infinite-state systems with applications to security found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Edmund Clarke, Marius Minea and Ferucio Laurenţiu Ţiplea.|
|Series||NATO security through science series -- vol. 1|
|Contributions||Clarke, Edmund., Minea, Marius., Ţiplea, Ferucio Laurenţiu, NATO Advanced Research Workshop on Verification of Infinite-state Systems with Applications to Security (2005 March 17-22 : Timaşoara, Romania)|
|LC Classifications||MLCM 2006/40079 (Q)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 235 p. :|
|Number of Pages||235|
|LC Control Number||2005937272|
He has co-authored a book on Free Choice Petri nets with Jörg Desel, and a book on the unfolding approach to Model Checking with Keijo Heljanko. He has published over scientific papers in the fields of automatic program verification, program analysis, concurrency theory, and automata theory. This book consitutes the refereed proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Computer Aided Verification, CAV'98, held in Vancouver, BC, Canada, in June/July The 33 revised full papers and 10 tool papers presented were carefully selected from a total of submissions. Also included are 11 invited : $
International Journal of Foundations of Computer Science (IJFCS), special issue on Verification and Analysis of Infinite State Systems, vol. 14, no. 4, pp. , August Xiang Fu, Tevfik Bultan, and Jianwen Su. "A Top-Down Approach to Modeling Global Behaviors of Web Services.". Bryant R Formal verification of infinite state systems using boolean methods Proceedings of the 17th international conference on Term Rewriting and Applications, () Cheng Y, Wang H and Cheng Y On-the-Fly branching bisimulation minimization for compositional analysis Proceedings of the 11th international conference on Implementation and.
However, such systems have in general very large or even infinite state spaces, and hence they are not directly amenable to classical finite-state verification methods. Approximate verification techniques can be used to verify large systems that are beyond the reach of classical model checking. Applications of SMT • Pretty much everywhere SAT is used – The original problem usually has richer types than just Booleans! • To date: especially effective in – software model checking – test generation – finding security vulnerabilities – high-level (RTL and above) hardware verification • A course goal: find new applications!
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NATO Advanced Research Workshop on Verification of Infinite-state Systems with Applications to Security ( March Timaşoara, Romania).
Verification of infinite-state systems with applications to security. Amsterdam ; Washington, D.C.: IOS Press, © (OCoLC) Online version. Get this from a library. Verification of infinite-state systems with applications to security.
[Edmund M Clarke, Jr.; Marius Minea; Ferucio Laurenţiu Ţiplea;] -- Provides information for researchers interested in the development of mathematical techniques for the analysis of infinite state systems. The papers come from a successful workshop. Download Citation | On Automation of CTL* Verification for Infinite-State Systems | In this paper we introduce the first known fully automated tool for symbolically proving CTL \(^*\) properties.
Equivalence checking, that is, determining when two (infinite-state) systems are in some semantic sense equal, is clearly a particularly relevant problem in system verification. Indeed, such questions have a long tradition in the field of (theoretical) computer science. F.L.
Tiplea, C. Enea, C.V. Birjoveneanu, Decidability and complexity results for security protocols, in Verification of Infinite-State Systems with Applications to.
Three research papers give detailed views of High-Level Message Sequence Charts, Industrial Applications of Model Checking, and the use of Formal Methods in Security. Finally, four annotated bibliographies give an overview of Infinite State Space Systems, Testing Transition Systems, Fault-Model-Driven Test Derivation, and Mobile Processes.
The obtained result is valuable as the basis of verification of PDSs and will be the first step toward development of control theory for infinite-state discrete event systems. In future work, there are many open problems, for example, implementation using a.
Verification of infinite-state dynamic systems using approximate quotient transition systems Article in IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control 46(9) - October with 25 Reads.
verification with applications to security protocols. Outline • Formal Verification: The basics • Formal verification: In the security context – Case studies on AES. 3 Cost of Software Errors June “Software bugs, or errors, are so prevalent and so detrimental that they cost the U.S.
economy an • Infinite-state symbolic File Size: KB. Secure systems & technology; Verification & assurance; PETRAS Internet of Things hub. January - January Software and Systems Security Research Group. January - December Hub for Networked Quantum Information Technologies (NQIT) “Automated Verification” research theme.
Ongoing DIET: A Different Approach to Smart. Verification of Infinite-state Systems with Applications to Security Full Description: ""The recent years have brought a number of advances in the development of infinite state verification, using techniques such as symbolic or parameterized representations, symmetry reductions, abstractions, constraint-based approaches, combinations of model.
The verification of the parameterized hybrid systems using first-order discrete dynamics logic has been proposed in (Platzer, ) linear systems only. The use of satisfiability modulo theory is proposed to encode discontinuous invariant conditions for nonlinear hybrid systems (Cimatti et al., ).Cited by: 1.
The objective of this book is to describe the state of the art of the formal methods for the analysis of distributed systems. Numerous issues remain open and are the topics of major research projects. One current research trend consists of profoundly mixing the design, modeling, verification and implementation stages.
A solvable class of quadratic Diophantine equations with applications to verification of infinite state systems. Proceedings of the 30th International Colloquium on Automata, Languages and Programming (ICALP'03), Lecture Notes in Computer Science Vol.pp.Springer.
Pierluigi San Pietro and Zhe Dang. [Postscript] [PDF]. His current research interests include verification of infinite-state systems, temporal logics and analysis of systems with data. He has participated in numerous international and national projects and has been co-responsible for bilateral projects with Poland, South Africa and cturer: Cambridge University Press.
Full Description: "This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 20th International Conference on Verification, Model Checking, and Abstract Interpretation, VMCAIheld in Cascais, Portugal, in January The 27 full papers presented together with the abstracts of 3 invited keynote talks were carefully reviewed and selected from 62 submissions.
Temporal verification of reactive systems: safety October October Read More. Authors: Zohar Manna. Stanford Univ., Stanford, CA. In control theory of discrete event systems (DESs), one of the challenging topics is the extension of theory of finite-state DESs to that of infinite-state DESs.
In this paper, we discuss verification of opacity and diagnosability for infinite-state DESs modeled by pushdown automata (called here pushdown systems). First, we discuss opacity of pushdown systems and prove that opacity of pushdown Cited by: Infinite-state systems arise in many program verification problems, due to many different features in the models.
For example, systems may contain unbounded data values (integers), data structures (lists, arrays, etch.), real-valued clocks or other physical variables, unbounded execution stacks, or unboundedly many threads of execution.
The verification of Kit down to object code demonstrated the feasibility of this approach to kernel verification, although on a system that is far simpler than any real-life OS kernel in use in secure systems today.
There is little published work from the past years on this topic, and we believe it is time to reconsider this approach. Pub. date September Editor Ogun, M.N. Volume 42 Price US$ / € / £92 ISBN print Subject Computer & Communication Sciences, Computer Security, Security & Terrorism.This book consitutes the refereed proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Computer Aided Verification, CAV'98, held in Vancouver, BC, Canada, in June/July The 33 revised full papers and 10 tool papers presented were carefully selected from a total of submissions.
Also included.The high degree of miniaturization in the electronics industry has been, for several years, a driver to push embedded systems to different fields and applications.
One example is safety-critical systems, where the compactness in the form factor helps to reduce the costs and allows for the implementation of new techniques. The automotive industry is a great example of a safety-critical area Cited by: 6.