A compositional approach for verifying generalized nonblocking
Malik, R. & Leduc, R. (2009). A compositional approach for verifying generalized nonblocking. In Proceedings of 2009 IEEE International Conference on Control and Automation (ICCA 2009), 9-11 December 2009 (pp. 448-453). Washington, DC, USA: IEEE.
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This paper proposes a compositional approach to verify the generalised nonblocking property of discrete-event systems. Generalised nonblocking is introduced in to overcome weaknesses of the standard nonblocking check in discrete-event systems and increase the scope of liveness properties that can be handled. This paper addresses the question of how generalised nonblocking can be verified efficiently. The explicit construction of the complete state space is avoided by first composing and simplifying individual components in ways that preserve generalised nonblocking. The paper extends and generalises previous results about compositional verification of standard nonblocking and lists a new set of computationally feasible abstraction rules for standard and generalised nonblocking.