Correct composition of dephased behavioural models
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Scenarios of execution are commonly used to specify partial behaviour and interactions between different objects and components in a system. To avoid overall inconsistency in specifications, various automated methods have emerged in the literature to compose (behavioural) models. In recent work, we have shown how the theorem prover Isabelle can be combined with the constraint solver Z3 to efficiently detect inconsistencies in two or more behavioural models and, in their absence, generate the composition. Here, we extend our approach further and show how to generate the correct composition (as a set of valid traces) of dephased models. This work has been inspired by a problem from a medical domain where different care pathways (for chronic conditions) may be applied to the same patient with different starting points.
Bowles , J K F & Caminati , M B 2017 , Correct composition of dephased behavioural models . in J Proença & M Lumpe (eds) , Formal aspects of component software : 14th International Conference, FACS 2017, Braga, Portugal, October 10-13, 2017, Proceedings . Lecture notes in computer science (programming and software engineering) , vol. 10487 , Springer , Cham , pp. 233-250 , 14th International Conference on Formal Aspects of Component Software , Braga , Portugal , 10/10/17 . https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-68034-7_14conference
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DescriptionThis research is supported by EPSRC grant EP/M014290/1.
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