Computer Aided Verification: 6th International Conference, CAV '94, Stanford, California, USA, June 21-23, 1994. Proceedings by David L. DillComputer Aided Verification: 6th International Conference, CAV '94, Stanford, California, USA, June 21-23, 1994. Proceedings by David L. Dill

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This volume contains the proceedings of the 6th Conference on Computer Aided Verification, held at Stanford University in June 1994. The in total 37 included papers were selected in a highly competetive reviewing process from 121 submissions; in total they document many of the most important advances achieved in CAV research and applications since the predecessor conference held in June 1993.
The volume is organized in sections on Real-Time Systems, CAV Theory, CAV Applications, Symbolic Verification, Hybrid Systems, Model Checking, Improving Efficiency, and Hardware Verification.
Title:Computer Aided Verification: 6th International Conference, CAV '94, Stanford, California, USA, June…Format:PaperbackDimensions:496 pagesPublished:June 1, 1994Publisher:Springer Berlin HeidelbergLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

A determinizable class of timed automata.- Real-time system verification using P/T nets.- Criteria for the simple path property in timed automata.- Hierarchical representations of discrete functions, with application to model checking.- Symbolic verification with periodic sets.- Automatic verification of pipelined microprocessor control.- Using abstractions for the verification of linear hybrid systems.- Decidability of hybrid systems with rectangular differential inclusions.- Suspension automata: A decidable class of hybrid automata.- Verification of context-free timed systems using linear hybrid observers.- On the random walk method for protocol testing.- An automata-theoretic approach to branching-time model checking (Extended abstract).- Realizability and synthesis of reactive modules.- Model checking of macro processes.- Methodology and system for practical formal verification of reactive hardware.- Modeling and verification of a real life protocol using symbolic model checking.- Verification of a distributed cache memory by using abstractions.- Beyond model checking.- Models whose checks don't explode.- On the automatic computation of network invariants.- Ground temporal logic: A logic for hardware verification.- A hybrid model for reasoning about composed hardware systems.- Composing symbolic trajectory evaluation results.- The completeness of a hardware inference system.- Efficient model checking by automated ordering of transition relation partitions.- The verification problem for safe replaceability.- Formula-dependent equivalence for compositional CTL model checking.- An improved algorithm for the evaluation of fixpoint expressions.- Incremental model checking in the modal mu-calculus.- Performance improvement of state space exploration by regular & differential hashing functions.- Combining partial order reductions with on-the-fly model-checking.- Improving language containment using fairness graphs.- A parallel algorithm for relational coarsest partition problems and its implementation.- Another look at LTL model checking.- The mobility workbench - A tool for the ?-Calculus.- Compositional semantics of Esterel and verification by compositional reductions.- Model checking using adaptive state and data abstraction.- Automatic verification of timed circuits.