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The Resource Formal Techniques in Real-Time and Fault-Tolerant Systems : Second International Symposium Nijmegen, The Netherlands, January 8–10, 1992 Proceedings, edited by Jan Vytopil, (electronic resource)

Formal Techniques in Real-Time and Fault-Tolerant Systems : Second International Symposium Nijmegen, The Netherlands, January 8–10, 1992 Proceedings, edited by Jan Vytopil, (electronic resource)

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Formal Techniques in Real-Time and Fault-Tolerant Systems : Second International Symposium Nijmegen, The Netherlands, January 8–10, 1992 Proceedings
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Formal Techniques in Real-Time and Fault-Tolerant Systems
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Second International Symposium Nijmegen, The Netherlands, January 8–10, 1992 Proceedings
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edited by Jan Vytopil
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eng
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This book presents state-of-the-art research results in the area of formal methods for real-time and fault-tolerant systems. The papers consider problems and solutions in safety-critical system design and examine how wellthe use of formal techniques for design, analysis and verification serves in relating theory to practical realities. The book contains papers on real-time and fault-tolerance issues. Formal logic, process algebra, and action/event models are applied: - to specify and model qualitative and quantitative real-time and fault-tolerant behavior, - to analyze timeliness requirements and consequences of faulthypotheses, - to verify protocols and program code, - to formulate formal frameworks for development of real-time and fault-tolerant systems, - to formulate semantics of languages. The integration and cross-fertilization of real-time and fault-tolerance issues have brought newinsights in recent years, and these are presented in this book
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Vytopil, Jan
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  • QA76.9.L63
  • QA76.5913
  • QA76.63
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Lecture Notes in Computer Science,
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571
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  • Computer science
  • Microprogramming
  • Logic design
  • Distribution (Probability theory)
  • Statistics
  • Computer Science
  • Logics and Meanings of Programs
  • Probability Theory and Stochastic Processes
  • Statistics, general
  • Mathematical Logic and Formal Languages
  • Computation by Abstract Devices
  • Control Structures and Microprogramming
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Formal Techniques in Real-Time and Fault-Tolerant Systems : Second International Symposium Nijmegen, The Netherlands, January 8–10, 1992 Proceedings, edited by Jan Vytopil, (electronic resource)
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ISL: An interval logic for the specification of real-time programs -- Duration specifications for shared processors -- A compositional semantics for fault-tolerant real-time systems -- Modelling real-time behavior with an interval time calculus -- Multicycles and RTL logic satisfiability -- Voluntary preemption: A tool in the design of hard real-time systems -- Observing task preemption in Ada 9X -- Real-time scheduling by queue automata -- Broadcast communication for real-time processes -- Analysis of timeliness requirements in safety-critical systems -- Verification of a reliable net protocol -- Mechanical verification of a generalized protocol for Byzantine fault tolerant clock synchronization -- Formal specification and verification of a fault-masking and transient-recovery model for digital flight-control systems -- On fault-tolerant symbolic computations -- Temporal logic applied to reliability modelling of fault-tolerant systems -- Specifying asynchronous transfer of control -- Protocol design by layered decomposition -- Scheduling in Real-Time Models -- A temporal approach to requirements specification of real-time systems -- RLucid, a general real-time dataflow language -- A mechanized theory for the verification of real-time program code using higher order logic -- Specification and verification of real-time behaviour using Z and RTL -- TAM: A formal framework for the development of distributed real-time systems -- An attempt to confront asynchronous reality to synchronous modelization in the ESTEREL language -- The real-time behaviour of asynchronously communicating processes -- Asynchronous communication in real space process algebra -- Translating timed process algebra into prioritized process algebra -- Operational semantics for timed observations -- Real-timed concurrent refineable behaviours -- Stepwise development of model-oriented real-time specifications from action/event models -- Formal specification of fault tolerant real time systems using minimal 3-sorted modal logic -- Timed and Hybrid Statecharts and their textual representation
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XII, 628 p.
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9783540466925
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10.1007/3-540-55092-5
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Formal Techniques in Real-Time and Fault-Tolerant Systems : Second International Symposium Nijmegen, The Netherlands, January 8–10, 1992 Proceedings, edited by Jan Vytopil, (electronic resource)
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Contents
ISL: An interval logic for the specification of real-time programs -- Duration specifications for shared processors -- A compositional semantics for fault-tolerant real-time systems -- Modelling real-time behavior with an interval time calculus -- Multicycles and RTL logic satisfiability -- Voluntary preemption: A tool in the design of hard real-time systems -- Observing task preemption in Ada 9X -- Real-time scheduling by queue automata -- Broadcast communication for real-time processes -- Analysis of timeliness requirements in safety-critical systems -- Verification of a reliable net protocol -- Mechanical verification of a generalized protocol for Byzantine fault tolerant clock synchronization -- Formal specification and verification of a fault-masking and transient-recovery model for digital flight-control systems -- On fault-tolerant symbolic computations -- Temporal logic applied to reliability modelling of fault-tolerant systems -- Specifying asynchronous transfer of control -- Protocol design by layered decomposition -- Scheduling in Real-Time Models -- A temporal approach to requirements specification of real-time systems -- RLucid, a general real-time dataflow language -- A mechanized theory for the verification of real-time program code using higher order logic -- Specification and verification of real-time behaviour using Z and RTL -- TAM: A formal framework for the development of distributed real-time systems -- An attempt to confront asynchronous reality to synchronous modelization in the ESTEREL language -- The real-time behaviour of asynchronously communicating processes -- Asynchronous communication in real space process algebra -- Translating timed process algebra into prioritized process algebra -- Operational semantics for timed observations -- Real-timed concurrent refineable behaviours -- Stepwise development of model-oriented real-time specifications from action/event models -- Formal specification of fault tolerant real time systems using minimal 3-sorted modal logic -- Timed and Hybrid Statecharts and their textual representation
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unknown
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XII, 628 p.
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multiple file formats
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electronic
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9783540466925
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uncompressed
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computer
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c
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10.1007/3-540-55092-5
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online resource.
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remote
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(DE-He213)978-3-540-46692-5

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