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Towards a bottom-up fixpoint semantics that models the behavior of PROMELA programs

PROMELA (Process Meta Language) is a high-level specification language designed for modeling interactions in distributed systems. PROMELA is used as the input language for the model checker SPIN (Simple Promela INterpreter). The main characteristics of PROMELA are non-determinism, process communication through synchronous as well as asynchronous channels, and the possibility to dynamically create instances of processes.In this paper, we introduce a bottom-up, fixpoint semantics that models the behavior of PROMELA programs. This work is the first step for a more ambitious goal where analysis and verification techniques based on abstract interpretation would be defined on top of such semantics.

Abstract Diagnosis for Timed Concurrent Constraint programs Abstract

This short paper is a summary of the published paper [CTV11] where a general framework for the debugging of tccp programs is defined. To this end, a new compact, bottom-up semantics for the language that is well suited for debugging and verification purposes in the context of reactive systems was presented. In order to effectively implement the technique, we also provided an abstract semantics.