Model Checking, 2nd Ed (MIT Press)
Wednesday, 05 December 2018

Part of the Cyber Physical Systems Series, this is the second edition of a comprehensive presentation of the theory and practice of model checking, covering the foundations of the key algorithms in depth. Author Edmund M. Clark, Jr was one of the developers of the technique, in which algorithms are used to work out whether an abstract model―representing, for example, a hardware or software design―satisfies a formal specification expressed as a temporal logic formula.  

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Author: Edmund M. Clark, Jr
Publisher: MIT Press
Date: December 2018
Pages: 424
ISBN: 978-0262038836
Print: 0262038838
Kindle: B07KZMNWHX
Audience: Researchers and developers interested in model checking.
Level: Advanced
Category: Theory & Techniques 

 This second edition reflects the advances in model checking, and the book has been reorganized, expanded, and updated, with new chapters that cover topics that did not exist in 1999 when the first edition appeared: propositional satisfiability, SAT-based model checking, counterexample-guided abstraction refinement, and software model checking.

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