Formal Techniques for Safety-Critical Systems: Third by Cyrille Artho, Peter Csaba Ölveczky

By Cyrille Artho, Peter Csaba Ölveczky

This e-book constitutes the refereed court cases of the 3rd foreign Workshop on Formal strategies for Safety-Critical structures, FTSCS 2014, held in Luxembourg, in November 2014. The 14 revised complete papers offered including invited talks have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from forty submissions. The papers tackle numerous themes relating to the appliance of formal and semi-formal how you can increase the standard of safety-critical laptop systems.

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32–46, 2015. 1007/978-3-319-17581-2 3 Formal Verification of dDTM using nuXmv 33 the elevated chip temperatures, which pose serious threats to the reliability of the computing systems. Various Thermal Management (TM) techniques [1,8,21] have recently been proposed to overcome these issues. In particular, the Dynamic Thermal management (DTM) [27,40] for multi-core systems via the task migration mechanism has been identified as a very promising solution to the heating problems in many-core systems with high core integration by the ITRS roadmap of 2013 [18].

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Moreover, choosing the sample set is another major issue while analyzing the dDTM techniques due to the enormous amount of possible options, like the possible temperature values for all the cores are actually infinite due to the continuous nature of temperature. This non-exhaustiveness and incompleteness of the analysis may lead to unwanted scenarios, like the delayed release of the Montecito chip using the Foxton DTM algorithm [10]. A. Bukhari et al. Formal verification [9] can overcome the above-mentioned inaccuracy limitations of simulation-based verification due to its inherent soundness and completeness.

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