Algebraic Structure Theory of Sequential Machines by J.; Stearns, R. E. Hartmanis

By J.; Stearns, R. E. Hartmanis

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Clock-driven automatic distribution of lustre programs. , Lee, I. ) EMSOFT 2003. LNCS, vol. 2855, pp. 206–222. Springer, Heidelberg (2003) 5. : The synchronous data flow programming language lustre. Proceedings of the IEEE 79(9), 1305–1320 (1991) 6. : Programming and verifying real-time systems by means of the synchronous data-flow language lustre. IEEE Trans. Software Eng. 18(9), 785–793 (1992) 7. : Structural test coverage criteria for lustre programs. In: The 10th International Workshop on Formal Methods for Industrial Critical Systems (FMICS), a joint event of ESEC/FSE 2005, Lisbon, Portugal, September 2005, pp.

Each infinite sequence of values is defined on a clock, which represents a sequence of time. Thus, a flow is the pair of a sequence of values and a clock. The clock serves to indicate when a value is assigned to the flow. That means that a flow takes the n-th value of its sequence of values at the n-th time of its clock. e. a clock, which is the basic clock of a program. A flow on the basic clock takes its n-th value at the n-th execution cycle of the program. Slower clocks can be defined through flows of boolean values.

This work was supported by an Airbus contract. We would like to thank Jean-Jacques Aubert and Pierre Virelizier for their constant support during the project and for their comments on this paper. References 1. : On Testing Non-Testable Programs. The Computer Journal 25(4), 465–470 (1982) 2. : Test oracles. Technical Report CIS-TR01-02, Univ. of Oregon (2001) 3. : Automatic Testing of Reactive Systems. In: 19th IEEE Real-Time Systems Symposium (RTSS 1998), pp. 200–209. IEEE CS Press, Los Alamitos (1998) 4.

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