Formal Environment and Tools Description for the Analysis of Real time Concurrent Systems
A formal functional model for describing and reasoning about the behavior of real-time concurrent systems is described. A summary of tools and their operations are given. The usefulness of the model is illustrated through the formal specification of the design and proof of correctness of the design of a robotic navigation controller installed in a rectangular shaped common workspace.
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