Checking Multi-View Consistency of Discrete Systems with Respect to Periodic Sampling Abstractons
Maria Pittou, Panagiotis Manolios, Jan Reineke and Stavros Tripakis.
Science of Computer Programming. Vol. 167, 2018 © Elsevier
In multi-view modeling (MVM) the system under development is described
by distinct models, called views, which capture different perspectives
of the system. Possible overlaps of the views may give rise to
inconsistencies. Following the formal MVM framework of , the view
consistency problem asks to check the consistency of a given set of
views with respect to a given set of abstraction functions. Existing
work checks view consistency of discrete systems (transition systems
or finite automata) with respect to two types of abstraction
functions: (1) projections of state variables and (2) projections of
an alphabet of events onto a subalphabet. In this paper, we study view
consistency with respect to timing abstractions, specifically,
periodic sampling, for automata and transition systems.
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