## Tools and Algorithms for the Construction and Analysis of Systems: Third International Workshop, TACAS'97, Enschede, The Netherlands, April 2-4, 1997, Proceedings, Volume 3This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the Third International Workshop on Tools and Algorithms for the Construction and Analysis of Systems, TACAS '97, held in Enschede, The Netherlands, in April 1997. The book presents 20 revised full papers and 5 tool demonstrations carefully selected out of 54 submissions; also included are two extended abstracts and a full paper corresponding to invited talks. The papers are organized in topical sections on space reduction techniques, tool demonstrations, logical techniques, verification support, specification and analysis, and theorem proving, model checking and applications. |

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### Contents

I | 1 |

II | 4 |

III | 19 |

IV | 35 |

V | 50 |

VI | 65 |

VII | 81 |

VIII | 96 |

XVI | 224 |

XVII | 239 |

XVIII | 259 |

XIX | 275 |

XX | 290 |

XXI | 306 |

XXII | 321 |

XXIII | 334 |

IX | 112 |

X | 130 |

XI | 145 |

XII | 165 |

XIII | 183 |

XIV | 203 |

XV | 209 |

XXIV | 351 |

XXV | 366 |

XXVI | 384 |

XXVII | 399 |

XXVIII | 416 |

XXIX | 433 |

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abstract machine abstract syntax actions algorithm analysis application automata automaton behavior binary decision diagrams bisimulation bMSC Coloured Petri Nets communication components Computer Science concurrent systems constraints construction corresponding CP-nets defined definition denote described Design/CPN diagram distribution domain environment equivalent event structures example execution expression fictitious clock finite formal formal verification formula function given global graph HOLCF implementation input interface K*BMDs Kimwitu labels language Lemma LNCS LTSS M-net METAFrame method model checking MOSEL MSC specification node Notes in Computer OBDDs operator parallel composition partial order partial order reduction Petri Nets possible predicate Proc proof properties protocol prove pseudo-root reachable relation represent representation ROBDD rules satisfies second-order logic semantics sequence signal simulation Software space Springer Springer-Verlag techniques temporal logic tion tool trace transition transition relation variables verification