By David Harel (auth.), Armin Biere, Amir Nahir, Tanja Vos (eds.)
This ebook constitutes the completely refereed court cases of the eighth overseas Haifa Verification convention, HVC 2012, held in Haifa, Israel in November 2012. The 18 revised complete papers provided including three poster displays have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from 36 submissions. They specialize in the long run instructions of checking out and verification for undefined, software program, and complicated hybrid systems.
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The Buckley and Silberschatz protocol  solves this problem for the case of synchronous communication between pairs of processes, where both sends and receives may have choices. Their protocol uses asynchronous message passing between the processes to implement the synchronous message passing construct. The α-core protocol solves the more general problem of synchronizing any number of processes, using only asynchronous message passing. Alternative solutions for this problem have been proposed, using managers [6,1], a circulating token , or a randomized algorithm without managers .
Elenbogen, S. Katz, and O. Strichman 1: function uf(function index g, input parameters in) Called in side 0 2: if in ∈ params[g] then return the output of the earlier call uf(g, in); 3: params[g] := params[g] in; 4: return a non-deterministic output; Called in side 1 5: function uf’(function index g , input parameters in ) 6: if in ∈ params[g ] then return the output of the earlier call uf’(g , in ); in ; 7: params[g ] := params[g ] g, g ∈ mapF 8: if in ∈ params[g] then 9: if g, g is marked partially equiv then 10: return the output of the earlier call uf(g, in ); 11: return a non-deterministic output; 12: assert(0); Not call-equivalent: params[g ] ⊆ params[g] Fig.
Two programs are said to be mutually terminating if they terminate on exactly the same inputs. We suggest a proof rule that uses a mapping between the functions of the two programs for proving mutual termination of functions f , f . The rule’s premise requires proving that given the same arbitrary input in, f (in) and f (in) call mapped functions with the same arguments. A variant of this rule with a weaker premise allows to prove termination of one of the programs if the other is known to terminate for all inputs.