3 edition of SPIN model checking and software verification found in the catalog.
SPIN model checking and software verification
International SPIN Workshop (7th 2000 Stanford, Calif.)
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Klaus Havelund, John Penix, Willem Visser (eds.).|
|Series||Lecture notes in computer science -- 1885.|
|Contributions||Havelund, Klaus, 1955-, Penix, John, 1970-, Visser, Willem, 1968-|
|LC Classifications||QA76.76.V47 I58 2000, QA76.76.V47 I58 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 342 p. :|
|Number of Pages||342|
|LC Control Number||00063787|
For example, adding just one more hash function can reduce the probability of omitting states at all from 99% to under 3%. Because hash computation accounts for an overwhelming portion of the total execution cost of bitstate verification with SPIN, adding additional independent hash functions would slow down the process tremendously. The book introduces Spin-based software that the author has developed for teaching. Complete programs demonstrate each construct and concept and these programs are available on a companion website. Category: Computers Model Checking Software.
Download Citation | On Sep 1, , Rob Hierons and others published Spin Model Checking and Software Verification: Proceedings of the 7th International SPIN Workshop, Stanford, CA, Author: Rob Hierons. This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 26th International Symposium on Model Checking Software, SPIN , held in Beijing, China, in July The 11 full papers presented and 2 demo-tool papers, were carefully reviewed and selected from 29 submissions.
Model checking is a method for formally verifying finite-state concurrent systems. Specifications about the system are expressed as temporal logic formulas, and efficient symbolic algorithms are used to traverse the model defined by the system and check if the specification holds or not. The course introduces practically and theoretically the two most important styles of formal methods for reasoning about software: model checking and deductive verification. Each style will be introduced using a concrete tool. On the model checking side, we use the model checker SPIN. The advantage of an automated method at the same time places.
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Course: An online course in software verification and logic model checking is available (password required). There are a total 15 short lectures covering the automata-theoretic verification method, the basic use of Spin, model extraction from C source code, abstraction methods, and swarm verification techniques.
You can see an overview via this. SPIN: International SPIN Workshop on Model Checking of Software SPIN Model Checking and Software Verification 7th International SPIN Workshop, Stanford, CA, USA, August 30 - September 1, Spin is a popular open-source software tool, used by thousands of people worldwide, that can be used for the formal verification of distributed software systems.
The tool was developed at Bell Labs in the original Unix group of the Computing Sciences Research Center, starting in Model checking is a powerful approach for the formal verification of software. When applicable, it automatically provides complete proofs of correctness, or explains, via counter-examples, why a system is not book provides a basic introduction to this new technique.
The first part. The SPIN workshop is a forum for researchers interested in the subject of automata-based, explicit-state model checking technologies for the analysis and veri?cation of asynchronous concurrent and distributed systems.
The SPIN Model Checker is used for both teaching software verification techniques, and for validating large scale applications. The growing number of users has created a need for a more comprehensive user guide and a standard reference manual that describes the most recent version of the by: This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 25th International Symposium on Model Checking Software, SPINheld in Malaga, Spain, in June The 14 papers presented, 1 short paper, and 1 demo-tool paper, were carefully reviewed and selected from 28 submissions.
SPIN is a general tool for verifying the correctness of concurrent software models in a rigorous and mostly automated fashion. It was written by Gerard J. Holzmann and others in the original Unix group of the Computing Sciences Research Center at Bell Labs, beginning in The software has been available freely sinceand continues to evolve to keep pace with new Operating system: Linux, Microsoft Windows, Mac.
The SPIN workshop series brings together researchers and practitioners int- ested in explicit state model checking technology as it is applied to the veri?- tion of software systems.
Sincewhen the SPIN workshop series was instigated, SPIN workshops have been held on. Principles of Spin is an introductory book for students and practicing software engineers who wish to learn Promela and Spin.
The presentation starts with the verification of sequential programs and proceeds in gradual stages to the verification of concurrent and then distributed by: A more recent overview paper, with verification examples, is: The Spin Model Checker, IEEE Trans. on Software Engineering, Vol. 23, No. 5, Maypp.
(gzipped postscript) The automata-theoretic foundation for Spin: An automata-theoretic approach to automatic program verification, by Moshe Y.
Vardi, and Pierre Wolper, Proc. First. In computer science, model checking or property checking is a method for checking whether a finite-state model of a system meets a given specification (a.k.a.
correctness).This is typically associated with hardware or software systems, where the specification contains liveness requirements (such as avoidance of livelock) as well as safety requirements (such as.
The size and complexity of software pushes current formal verification technol-ogy beyond its limits. It is therefore likely that effective application of model checking to software verification will be a debugging process where smaller, se-lected parts of the software is model checked.
The process will draw on multipleFile Size: 1MB. Add tags for "SPIN model checking and software verification: 7th International SPIN Workshop, Stanford, CA, USA, August September 1, proceedings". Be the first. Similar Items. This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 7th International SPIN Workshop, SPINheld in Stanford, California in August/September This book is devoted to automata-based explicit-state model checking technologies for the analysis and verification of asynchronous concurrent and distributed systems.
The official guide to debugging software with SPIN written by its creator. ° Written by the creator of SPIN and the recipient of the Software System Award from the prestigious ACM.
° SPIN is one of the most widely used logic model checkers in the world and is freely available on - which receives 2, - 3, hits daily. Formal Verification by Model Checking Guest Lectures at the Analysis of Software Artifacts Application of Model Checking to Software Verification – Complex data structures are used SPIN: explicit state LTL model checker ComFoRT: explicit state LTL and ACTL* model checker.
9 File Size: KB. Spin, developed by Bell Labs' formal methods and verification group, is a freely-available software package that supports the formal verification of distributed systems. Gerard explains how Spin works, and what types of errors it can help you find. Formal verification of SystemC has recently gained significant interests with the use of software model checking [5, 6, 14] and bounded model checking [8, 9] Author: Gerard Holzmann.
Welcome to SPINthe 24th International SPIN Symposium on Model Checking of Software!SPIN will be held in Santa Barbara, California on July 13 and The SPIN symposium brings together researchers and practitioners interested in automated, tool-based techniques to analyze software and models of software for verification and validation.
Spin verification models are used to define abstractions of distributed system designs • the specification language must support all essential aspects of distributed systems software, and discourage the specification of any redundant detail • there are 3 basic types of objects in a Spin verification model: – asynchronous processes.
Spin An Efficient Logic Model Checker for the Verification of Multi-threaded Code. Spin is an open-source software verification tool that was originally developed (starting in ) in the Computing Science Research Center of Bell Labs (the Unix group). It is often considered the most widely used formal verification tool.The SPIN Model Checker: Primer and Reference Manual May