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Title: A monitoring tool for a branching-time logic
Other Titles: Runtime verification. RV 2016 : lecture notes in computer science
Authors: Attard, Duncan Paul
Francalanza, Adrian
Keywords: Autonomous distributed systems
Computer network architectures
Formal methods (Computer science)
Computer software -- Development
Computer software -- Verification
Aspect-oriented programming
Computer software -- Testing
Issue Date: 2016
Publisher: Springer, Cham
Citation: Attard D. P., & Francalanza A. (2016). A monitoring tool for a branching-time logic. In Y. Falcone, C. Sánchez (Eds.) Runtime Verification. RV 2016: Lecture Notes in Computer Science (pp. 1-19). Cham: Springer.
Abstract: We present the implementation of an experimental tool that automatically synthesises monitors from specifications written in mHML, a monitorable subset of the branching-time logic μHML. The synthesis algorithm is compositional wrt. the structure of the formula and follows closely a synthesis procedure that has been shown to be correct. We discuss how this compositionality facilitates a translation into concurrent Erlang monitors, where each individual (sub)monitor is an actor that autonomously analyses individual parts of the source specification formula while still guaranteeing the correctness of the overall monitoring process.
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