By Asis Goswami, Michael Bell, Mathai Joseph (auth.), Jan Vytopil (eds.)
This e-book offers cutting-edge examine leads to the world of formal equipment for real-time and fault-tolerant structures. The papers give some thought to difficulties and options in safety-critical method layout and view how wellthe use of formal ideas for layout, research and verification serves in concerning idea to functional realities. The ebook includes papers on real-time and fault-tolerance matters. Formal good judgment, technique algebra, and action/event types are utilized: - to specify and version qualitative and quantitative real-time and fault-tolerant habit, - to research timeliness necessities and effects of faulthypotheses, - to make sure protocols and application code, - to formulate formal frameworks for improvement of real-time and fault-tolerant platforms, - to formulate semantics of languages. the mixing and cross-fertilization of real-time and fault-tolerance matters have introduced newinsights lately, and those are awarded during this book.
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We now consider how the notion of timed simulation needs to be strengthened in order to be guaranteed a precongruence. First of all, the existing definition of timed simulation does not take into account the synchronization capabilities of the related systems. Second, the definition does not take into account the possible effects of an environment on the related systems. And third, urgent actions can have some effect on the delay properties of a composition that need to be taken into account. Figure 2 shows an example illustrating the above mentioned problems.
The reachability analysis can be automatically performed by the real-time verification tool Uppaal. The results of this paper have been applied by us in the verification of a large industrial design - the Bang & Olufsen (B&O) audio/video power controller. This system is supposed to reside in an audio/video component and control links to neighbor audio/video components such as TV, VCR and remote–control. In particular, the system is responsible for the powering up and down of the components in between the arrival of data, and in order to do so, it is essential that no link interrupts are lost.
Formal Techniques in Real-Time and Fault-Tolerant Systems: Second International Symposium Nijmegen, The Netherlands, January 8–10, 1992 Proceedings by Asis Goswami, Michael Bell, Mathai Joseph (auth.), Jan Vytopil (eds.)