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1 TUM - Technische Universität München München 2 ESTASYS - Efficient STAtistical methods in SYstems of systems Inria Rennes – Bretagne Atlantique , IRISA-D4 - LANGAGE ET GÉNIE LOGICIEL 3 CISS - Center for Indlejrede Software Systemer

Abstract : Specification theories as a tool in model-driven development processes of component-based software systems have recently attracted a considerable attention. Current specification theories are however qualitative in nature, and therefore fragile in the sense that the inevitable approximation of systems by models, combined with the fundamental unpredictability of hardware platforms, makes it difficult to transfer conclusions about the behavior, based on models, to the actual system. Hence this approach is arguably unsuited for modern software systems. We propose here the first specification theory which allows to capture quantitative aspects during the refinement and implementation process, thus leveraging the problems of the qualitative setting. Our proposed quantitative specification framework uses weighted modal transition systems as a formal model of specifications. These are labeled transition systems with the additional feature that they can model optional behavior which may or may not be implemented by the system. Satisfaction and refinement is lifted from the well-known qualitative to our quantitative setting, by introducing a notion of distances between weighted modal transition systems. We show that quantitative versions of parallel composition as well as quotient the dual to parallel composition inherit the properties from the Boolean setting.

Keywords : modal specification quantitative reasoning reducing complexity of design





Autor: Sebastian S. Bauer - Uli Fahrenberg - Line Juhl - Kim Guldstrand Larsen - Axel Legay - Claus Thrane -

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