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The synchronous languages twelve years later
 PROCEEDINGS OF THE IEEE
, 2003
"... Twelve years ago, Proceedings of the IEEE devoted a special section to the synchronous languages. This article discusses the improvements, difficulties, and successes that have occured with the synchronous languages since then. Today, synchronous languages have been established as a technology of c ..."
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Twelve years ago, Proceedings of the IEEE devoted a special section to the synchronous languages. This article discusses the improvements, difficulties, and successes that have occured with the synchronous languages since then. Today, synchronous languages have been established as a technology of choice for modeling, specifying, validating, and implementing realtime embedded applications. The paradigm of synchrony has emerged as an engineerfriendly design method based on mathematicallysound tools.
Verification of RealTime Systems using Linear Relation Analysis
 FORMAL METHODS IN SYSTEM DESIGN
, 1997
"... Linear Relation Analysis [CH78] is an abstract interpretation devoted to the automatic discovery of invariant linear inequalities among numerical variables of a program. In this paper, we apply such an analysis to the verification of quantitative time properties of two kinds of systems: synchronous ..."
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Linear Relation Analysis [CH78] is an abstract interpretation devoted to the automatic discovery of invariant linear inequalities among numerical variables of a program. In this paper, we apply such an analysis to the verification of quantitative time properties of two kinds of systems: synchronous programs and linear hybrid systems.
Representation and Analysis of Reactive Behaviors: A Synchronous Approach
, 1996
"... Reactive systems involve communication, concurrency and preemption. Few models support these three concepts, even less can correctly deal with their coexistence. The synchronous ..."
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Reactive systems involve communication, concurrency and preemption. Few models support these three concepts, even less can correctly deal with their coexistence. The synchronous
Systematic Design of Program Transformation Frameworks by Abstract Interpretation
, 2002
"... We introduce a general uniform languageindependent framework for designing online and offline sourcetosource program transformations by abstract interpretation of program semantics. Iterative sourcetosource program transformations are designed constructively by composition of sourcetosemantic ..."
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We introduce a general uniform languageindependent framework for designing online and offline sourcetosource program transformations by abstract interpretation of program semantics. Iterative sourcetosource program transformations are designed constructively by composition of sourcetosemantics, semanticstotransformed semantics and semanticstosource abstractions applied to fixpoint trace semantics. The correctness of the transformations is expressed through observational and performance abstractions. The framework is illustrated on three examples: constant propagation, program specialization by online and offline partial evaluation and static program monitoring.
Automatic Verification of Parameterized Linear Networks of Processes
 IN 24TH ACM SYMPOSIUM ON PRINCIPLES OF PROGRAMMING LANGUAGES, POPL'97
, 1997
"... This paper describes a method to verify safety properties of parameterized linear networks of processes. The method is based on the construction of a network invariant, defined as a fixpoint. Such invariants can often be automatically computed using heuristics based on Cousot's widening techniq ..."
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This paper describes a method to verify safety properties of parameterized linear networks of processes. The method is based on the construction of a network invariant, defined as a fixpoint. Such invariants can often be automatically computed using heuristics based on Cousot's widening techniques. These techniques have been implemented and some nontrivial examples are presented.
Efficient Reduction of Finite State Model Checking to Reachability Analysis
, 2004
"... Two types of temporal properties are usually distinguished: safety and liveness. Recently we have shown how to verify liveness properties of finite state systems using safety checking. In this article we extend the translation scheme to typical combinations of temporal operators. We discuss optimiza ..."
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Two types of temporal properties are usually distinguished: safety and liveness. Recently we have shown how to verify liveness properties of finite state systems using safety checking. In this article we extend the translation scheme to typical combinations of temporal operators. We discuss optimizations that limit the overhead of our translation. Using the notions of predicated diameter and radius we obtain revised bounds for our translation scheme. These notions also give a tight bound on the minimal completeness bound for simple liveness properties. Experimental results show the feasibility of the approach for complex examples. For one example even an exponential speedup can be observed.
Formal design of distributed control systems with lustre
 in Proc. Safecompâ€™99
, 1999
"... Abstract. During the last decade, the synchronous approach has proved to meet industrial needs concerning the development of Distributed Control Systems (DCS): as an example, Schneider Electric has adopted the synchronous language Lustre and the associated tool Scade for developing monitoring system ..."
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Abstract. During the last decade, the synchronous approach has proved to meet industrial needs concerning the development of Distributed Control Systems (DCS): as an example, Schneider Electric has adopted the synchronous language Lustre and the associated tool Scade for developing monitoring systems for nuclear power plants. But so far, engineers make use of LustreScade for designing separately single components of a DCS. This paper focuses on the use of LustreScade for designing DCS as a whole. Two valuable consequences of this approach are that (1) the same framework can be used for both programming, simulating, testing and proving properties of a distributed system, and (2) the proposed approach is fully consistent with the usual engineering abstractions concerning smooth signals. 1