Tracing Distributed Component-Based Systems, a Brief Overview

The paper Tracing Distributed Component-Based Systems, a Brief Overview has been accepted for publication in the Proceedings of the 18th International Conference on Runtime Verification. The abstract of the paper is below: We overview a framework for tracing asynchronous distributed component-based systems with multiparty interactions managed by distributed schedulers. Neither the global state nor the total ordering […]

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Bringing Runtime Verification Home

The paper Bringing Runtime Verification Home has been accepted for publication in the Proceedings of the 18th International Conference on Runtime Verification. Below is the abstract of the paper: We use runtime verification (RV) to check various specifications in a smart apartment. The specifications can be broken down into three types: behavioral correctness of the apartment sensors, […]

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Special Issue in Formal Methods in System Design

Our special issue on Runtime Verification is released in Formal Methods in System Design, a Springer journal. The special issue is composed of the following papers (selected from the best papers of RV’16) : Introduction to the special issue on runtime verification Yliès Falcone, César Sánchez Pages 1-5 On the complexity of monitoring Orchids signatures, […]

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Facilitating the implementation of distributed systems with heterogeneous interactions

The paper Facilitating the implementation of distributed systems with heterogeneous interactions has been accepted for publications in the proceedings of iFM 2018, the 14th International Conference on integrated Formal Methods. iFM 2018 will be held on 5th -7th September 2018, in Maynooth University, Ireland. Below is the abstract of the paper: We introduce HDBIP an extension of the Behavior Interaction […]

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Modularizing Behavioral and Architectural Crosscutting Concerns in Formal Component-Based Systems

The paper entitled Modularizing Behavioral and Architectural Crosscutting Concerns in Formal Component-Based Systems – Application to the Behavior Interaction Priority Framework has been accepted for publication in Journal of Logical and Algebraic Methods in Programming (Elsevier) The abstract of the paper is below: We define a method to modularize crosscutting concerns in Component-Based Systems (CBSs) expressed using the […]

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