A Pattern for Modelling Fault Tolerant Systems in Event-B
Formal methods are used for the specification and verification of software and hardware systems. One class of systems interacts with the outside world through sensors and actuators, and may include nondeterminism from hardware faults or environmental inputs, making modelling more complex.
KeywordsEvent Type Fault Tolerance Fault Management Sluice Gate Faulty Mode
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