Formal Specification Level: Concepts, Methods, and Algorithms

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This book introduces a new level of abstraction that closes the gap between the textual specification of embedded systems and the executable model at the Electronic System Level (ESL). Readers will be enabled to operate at this new, Formal Specification Level (FSL), using models which not only allow significant verification tasks in this early stage of the design flow, but also can be extracted semi-automatically from the textual specification in an interactive manner. The authors explain how to use these verification tasks to check conceptual properties, e.g. whether requirements are in conflict, as well as dynamic behavior, in terms of execution traces.

 

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Contents

1 Introduction
1
2 Background
7
3 NLPAssisted Model Generation
22
4 Verification of Static Aspects
57
5 Verification of Dynamic Aspects
109
6 Conclusions
130
References
133
Index
137
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