By Dragan Bošnački, Anton Wijs
This ebook constitutes the refereed complaints of the twenty third foreign Symposium on version Checking software program, SPIN 2016, held in Eindhoven, The Netherlands, in April 2016.
The sixteen papers awarded, together with eleven commonplace papers, 1 suggestion paper, and four device demonstrations, have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from 27 submissions. issues coated comprise version checking ideas, version checking instruments, concurrent process semantics, equivalence checking, temporal logics, probabilistic platforms, time table and method synthesis utilizing version checking, and verification case studies.
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Done (d) Model for ¬A ∧ B . Fig. 1. Automata for valid products of M . illustrated in Table 1. Thus, to verify our family M we need to build and analyze models of four distinct, but very similar, programs. We show in Fig. 1, the standard regular-language representation of game semantics for these four programs where concrete values are used . e. inﬁnite-state automata), since we use inﬁnite integers as data type. Hence, they can be used for automatic veriﬁcation only if the attention is restricted to ﬁnite data types.
The following counterexample is generated: run · qy · 0y · readx  · 0x  · readx  · 0x  · runabort · doneabort · done. This counterexample is obtained after 2 iterations of the VP, and it corresponds to a computation which runs the body of ‘while’ two times. In the ﬁrst iteration, an inconsistent unsafe play is found (its condition contains J = 2 ∧ J = 1, where the symbol J tracks the current value of j ). A consistent counterexample is obtained in the ﬁrst iteration for products A ∧ ¬B ∧ ¬C and ¬A ∧ B ∧ C (for which j is 1), whereas for A ∧ ¬B ∧ C (j is assigned to 3) in the third iteration.
Veriﬁcation procedure (VP) px px , then s although already visited, has to be re-explored since transitions that were disallowed for px during the ﬁrst visit of q might be now allowed for px . The complete veriﬁcation procedure for checking safety of term families is described in Fig. 5. In each iteration, it calls the BFS from Fig. 4 and ﬁnds some safe products and (unsafe) products for which a genuine (consistent) counterexample is reported. e. only for conﬁgurations with no conclusive results.