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Let the non-deterministic choice be represented by where is the variable used to hold the chosen value and is the set of the possible values. We consider two types of for CBE: The variable name in the second type of has to be extracted from the definition of the process type We refer to the first type as and the second type as The set of traces of a model of these types has the potential (depending on the successful static analysis) to be divided into subsets such that each subset satisfies one of the following formulas: where none is the initial value of before the non-deterministic value has been assigned.
If and are PLTL formulas, then so are and Temporal operators include: X (next-time), U (until), (future) and (always). If and are PLTL formulas, then so are and Let be a trace of T. Let be the first element of and be the trace constructed from by removing the first elements of For convenience, we write for Let denote the relation satisfies B. Su and W. Zhang 36 Definition 1. is defined as follows: iff the statement iff iff and iff or iff implies iff iff such that iff such that iff and Let is true in and for be a set of traces.
However, for the analysis of timing behavior, which is considered essential for verifying embedded systems, protocol implementations and many other types of software, the advantages of SAT-based BMC are less clear. A fundamental problem with BMC is its lack of support for timing behavior modeling. We have addressed this issue in , where we applied BMC techniques to region automata and encoded the implicit simulation of a regionbased state exploration algorithm as Boolean formulae. In that project we not only characterized regions as combinations of discrete interpretations, but also precisely encoded the settings of these interpretations as Boolean formulae.