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Constructing property-oriented models for verification.

He, J. and Qin, S. and Sherif, A. (2006) 'Constructing property-oriented models for verification.', in Unifying theories of programming : first international symposium, UTP 2006, Walworth Castle, County Durham, UK, February 5-7, 2006 : revised selected papers. Berlin: Springer, pp. 85-100. Lecture notes in computer science. (4010).


This paper advocates a general approach to formal verification by constructing property-oriented models. We instantiate the approach using timing properties, and construct a heterogeneous untimed model in which time is abstracted away, so that we can verify timing properties in an untimed framework. The correctness of property-oriented model construction is ensured by the conformance of semantic and syntactic mappings.

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