Advances in Temporal Logic by Howard BarringerAdvances in Temporal Logic by Howard Barringer

Advances in Temporal Logic

EditorHoward Barringer, Michael Fisher, Dov M. Gabbay

Paperback | December 8, 2010

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Time is a fascinating subject that has captured mankind's imagination from ancient times to the present. It has been, and continues to be studied across a wide range of disciplines, from the natural sciences to philosophy and logic. More than two decades ago, Pnueli in a seminal work showed the value of temporal logic in the specification and verification of computer programs. Today, a strong, vibrant international research community exists in the broad community of computer science and AI. This volume presents a number of articles from leading researchers containing state-of-the-art results in such areas as pure temporal/modal logic, specification and verification, temporal databases, temporal aspects in AI, tense and aspect in natural language, and temporal theorem proving. Earlier versions of some of the articles were given at the most recent International Conference on Temporal Logic, University of Manchester, UK. Readership: Any student of the area - postgraduate, postdoctoral or even research professor - will find the book most valuable. Computing professionals requiring state-of-the-art knowledge in the area will appreciate the volume for its leading results and its links to other relevant literature.
Title:Advances in Temporal LogicFormat:PaperbackDimensions:462 pages, 9.25 × 6.1 × 0.68 inPublished:December 8, 2010Publisher:Springer NetherlandsLanguage:English

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A Hierarchy of Modal Event Calculi: Expressiveness and Complexity; I. Cervesato, et al. Release Logics for Temporalizing Dynamic Logic; J. Krabbendam, J.-J. Meyer. Compositional Verification of Timed Statecharts; F. Levi. Temporal Logic for Stabilizing Systems; Y. Lakhnech, M. Siegel. Decidable Theories of omega-Layered Metric Temporal Structures; A. Montanari, et al. Synthesis with Incomplete Information; O. Kupferman, M. Vardi. Deductive Verification of Parameterized Fault-Tolerant Systems: A Case Study; N.S. Bjørner, et al. Using Otter for Temporal Resolution; C. Dixon. Guiding Clausal Temporal Resolution; M. Fisher, C. Dixon. Determinism and the Origins of Temporal Logic; T. Bräuner, et al. Modelling Linguistic Events; M. Leith, J. Cunningham. A Dynamic Temporal Logic for Aspectual Phenomena in Natural Language; R. Naumann. A Decidable Temporal Logic for Temporal Propositions; I. Pratt, N. Francez. Transitions in Continuous Time, with an Application to Qualitative Changes in Spatial Relations; A. Galton. A Modal Logic of Durative Actions; I. Nunes, et al. About Real Time, Calendar Systems and Temporal Notions; H.J. Ohlbach. A Model Checking Algorithm for pi-Calculus Agents; S. Gnesi, G. Ristori. Interleaving Model and Verification of Distributed Probabilistic Real-Time Systems; T. Luo, et al. Constructive Interval Temporal Logic in Alf; S. Thompson. Two-dimensional Executable Temporal Logic for Bitemporal Databases; M. Finger, M. Reynolds. Execution and Proof in a Horn-Clause Temporal Logic; C. Dixon, et al. Specification and Prototyping of Structures Multimedia Documents using Interval Temporal Logic; H. Bowman, et al.