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Conference Papers Year : 2001

An Hybrid Method for the Validation of Real-Time Systems


We present a method for the temporal properties verification of complex systems. Its interest lies in a coordinated use of both exhaustive analyze and simulation techniques. The model is based on a unique formalism, called TIOSM (Timed Input output State Machine) which is a specialization of Timed Automata. The exhaustive analysis is done by model checking and concerns only partial models that represent critical parts of the whole system. The results obtained on these partial models are inserted in the global model that can be then simulated. In the paper, we give rules for defining partial model, analyzing them and integrating the results in the global model, that can therefore simulated.
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inria-00107527 , version 1 (19-10-2006)


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Laurent Kaiser, Françoise Simonot-Lion. An Hybrid Method for the Validation of Real-Time Systems. 4th IFAC conference Fieldbus Technology - FET'2001, Nov 2001, Nancy/France, 8 p. ⟨inria-00107527⟩
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