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REDLIB

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Description

* Model-checking/simulation-checking library for real-time system with dense-time models in C with CRD (Clock-Restriction Diagrams) technology. * Parametric analysis library for linear-hybrid systems in C with HRD (Hybrid-Restriction Diagram) technol

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Features

  • Symbolic mode-checking and simulation checking
  • Communicating timed automata (CTA) models and linear-hybrid automata (LHA) models
  • Open interface library
  • TCTL model-checking with fairness assumptions
  • CTA fair simulation
  • LHA parametric safety analysis
  • GUI available for model editing and symbolic simulation with API control
  • Many applications available, including ompca (OpenMP C analyzer), pathg (symbolic simulator for CTA), sudoku solver, reachability graph constructor, etc.

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    Better than tools I know!

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Additional Project Details

Languages

English

Intended Audience

Education, Information Technology, Science/Research, Telecommunications Industry

Programming Language

C

Registered

2008-04-26

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