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From LIDL(m) to Timed Automata

By Rodolfo Gomez


LIDL(m) is a decidable fragment of Interval Duration Logic with Located Constraints, an expressive subset of dense-time Duration Calculus. It has been claimed that, for any LIDL(m) formula D, a timed automaton can be constructed which accepts the models of D. However, the proposed construction is incomplete and has not been proved effective. In this paper, we prove the effective construction of equivalent timed automata from LIDL(m) formulae

Topics: QA76
Publisher: UKC
Year: 2009
OAI identifier: oai:kar.kent.ac.uk:24080

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