Artificial Intelligence and Computational Intelligence

Volume 5855 of the series Lecture Notes in Computer Science pp 469-478

Formal Analysis of an Airplane Accident in \(N{\it \Sigma}\)-Labeled Calculus

  • Tetsuya MizutaniAffiliated withDepartment of Computer Science, University of Tsukuba
  • , Shigeru IgarashiAffiliated withDepartment of Computer Science, University of Tsukuba
  • , Yasuwo IkedaAffiliated withMejiro University
  • , Masayuki ShioAffiliated withCollege of Community Development, Tokiwa University

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\(N{\it \Sigma}\)-labeled calculus is a formal system for representation, verification and analysis of time-concerned recognition, knowledge, belief and decision of humans or computer programs together with related external physical or logical phenomena.In this paper, a formal verification and analysis of the JAL near miss accident is presented as an example of cooperating systems controlling continuously changing objects including human factor with misunderstanding or incorrect recognition.


Formal representation and analysis Time-concerned program systems Belief and decision Near miss accident