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= Modeling and Analysis of Communicating Systems
= Modeling and Analysis of Communicating Systems =
Latest revision as of 08:27, 5 May 2017
Modeling and Analysis of Communicating Systems
- Office: E 305
- Telephone 035 16 71 22
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
On completion of the course students will be able to
- Know concept of behavioural specification (Knowledge)
- Know concept of behavioural equivalence (Knowledge)
- Know how to specify logical properties (in temporal logics and modal mu-calculus) (Knowledge)
Manually reason about simple systems (both equationally, and using the semantics of logics) (Application)
- Specify the behaviour of embedded systems or communication protocols (Application)
- Verify specification satisfies its requirements (Application)
Assessment is performed in terms of a short paper and a practical project.
Slides and Study Material
|Lecture||Handouts / Slides||Other Material|
|Lecture 1: Introduction||Handouts Slides|
|Lecture 2: Behavrioal Specification||Handouts Slides||Adam's Slides on UPPAAL|
|Lecture 3: Temporal Logic||Handouts Slides||Nikita's Slides on the ETSI Standard for Inter-Vehicular Communiation|
| Lecture 4: Abstract Data Types and
M.R. Mousavi and J.F. Groote. Modeling and Analysis of Communicating Systems, MIT Press, 2014
C. Baier and J.P. Katoen. Principles of Model Checking, MIT Press, 2008.
L. Aceto, A. Ingolfsdottir, K.G. Larsen, and J. Srba. Reactive Systems: Modelling, Specification and Verification, Cambridge University Press, 2010.