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[Frama-c-discuss] Timed properties

  • Subject: [Frama-c-discuss] Timed properties
  • From: nicolas.stouls at (Nicolas Stouls)
  • Date: Mon Oct 20 11:01:09 2008
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 > Thank your for info about the ongoing plugin. It would be very
 > interesting to check new release. Is there a chance to look on it now,
 > just to understand, how the integration is implemented.

If you have a CVS access to Frama-C, then a runnable version of the plug-in is 
include (but requires the installation of LTL2BA tool :

If you don't have CVS access, I can try to sent you a partial release of the 
current CVS version.

> Well, my original intent is to estimate how far Frama-C from my view on "perfect"
> software certification tool which could include:
> * multiple aspect-like high level models of the distributed software
> * the way to verify models consistency
> * the way to check model properties
> * the method to express various resources like time, memory and so on.
> * the support for runtime checking some of the assumptions

In my opinion, its a very good idea with a lot of perspectives. This way is also 
the one that I plan to follow in the context of QoS in sensor networks. Hence, 
if you want to exchange some ideas, you're welcome.

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