By Jonathan R. C. Allen, David W. R. Patterson (auth.), Manuela Veloso, Agnar Aamodt (eds.)
This booklet constitutes the refereed complaints of the 1st overseas convention on Case-Based Reasoning, ICCBR-95, held in Sesimbra, Portugal, in October 1995.
The fifty two revised papers incorporated are categorised as medical papers , program papers , and posters . All present features of analysis and improvement aiming at commercial purposes in CBR are addressed. one of the topical sections are case and data illustration, case retrieval, nearest neighbour equipment, case adaption and studying, cognitive modelling, built-in reasoning tools, and application-oriented tools: making plans, selection making, analysis, interpretation, layout, etc.
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Ruah Proof Sketch. The first item is correct by definition. The second item follows by applying the construction of the violating regular expression (Definition 10) to the formula obtained by removing the path quantifiers, using Maidl’s result (that an ACTL formula has an equivalent in LTL iff it has an equivalent in ACTLDET [16, Theorem 2]) together with Clarke and Draghicescu’s result  (that a CTL formula ϕ has an equivalent in LTL iff it is equivalent to the formula ϕ obtained by removing the path quantifiers from ϕ) and Corollary 12.
The following overall framework using compositional reasoning is one possible way of doing this. Compositional reasoning has been used in various ways in formal verification to manage state space complexity . The basic idea is illustrated using the following meta-example. Fig. 3 (a) shows a simple Design Under Verification (DUV), where components A and B interact with each other. Fig. 3 (b) shows how one can use compositional reasoning to verify each component separately. Here, A is verified under some assumptions regarding B.
4 Implementation of Assertions The different verification hot spots in the design were identified, and assertions were written to verify the hot spots. Verification hot spots denote design structures or features of the design that are difficult to verify. Critical modules of the design that are highly depended upon by other modules are considered as hot spots since the total verification of the module is crucial for the operation of other modules. Simulationbased verification methodologies do not adequately verify hot spots because a typical verification hot spot processes too many combinations of events to be simulated exhaustively.