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Correct Hardware Design and Verification Methods

12th IFIP WG 10.5 Advanced Research Working Conference, CHARME 2003, L'Aquila, Italy, October 21-24, 2003, Proceedings

Series: Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Vol. 2860

Volume package: IFIP-LNCS Volumes

Geist, Daniel, Tronci, Enrico (Eds.)

2003, XII, 432 p.

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This volume contains the proceedings of CHARME 2003, the12th Advanced - search Working Conference on Correct Hardware Design and Veri?cation - thods. CHARME 2003 continues the series of working conferences devoted to the development and use of leading-edge formal techniques and tools for the design and veri?cation of hardware and hardware-like systems. Previous events in the ‘CHARME’ series were held in Edinburgh (2001), Bad Herrenalb (1999), Montreal (1997), Frankfurt (1995), Arles (1993) and - rin (1991). This series of meetings were organized in cooperation with IFIP WG 10.5and10.2.Priormeetings,stretchingbacktotheearliestdaysofformalha- wareveri?cationwereheldundervariousnamesinMiami(1990),Leuven(1989), Glasgow (1988), Grenoble (1986), Edinburgh (1985) and Darmstadt (1984). We now have a well-established convention whereby the European CHARME con- rence alternates with its biennial counterpart, the International Conference on Formal Methods in Computer-Aided Design(FMCAD),whichisheldinev- numbered years in the USA. CHARME 2003 took place during 21–24 October 2003 at the Computer Science Department of the University of L’Aquila, Italy. It was cosponsored by the IFIP TC10/WG10 Working Group on Design and Engineering of Electronic Systems. The CHARME 2003 scienti?c program was comprised of: – A morning Tutorial by Daniel Geist aimed at industrial and academic - terchange. – Two Invited Lectures by Wolfgang Roesner and Fabio Somenzi. – Regular Sessions, featuring 24 papers selected out of 65 submissions, r- ging from foundational contributions to tool presentations. – Short Presentations, featuring 8 short contributions accompanied by a short presentation. The conference, of course, also included informal tool demonstrations, not announced in the o?cial program.

Content Level » Research

Keywords » Augmented Reality - Automat - Hardware - automata - proving - software verification - theorem proving - verification

Related subjects » Artificial Intelligence - Hardware - Software Engineering - Theoretical Computer Science

Table of contents 

Invited Talks.- What Is beyond the RTL Horizon for Microprocessor and System Design?.- The Charme of Abstract Entities.- Tutorial.- The PSL/Sugar Specification Language A Language for all Seasons.- Software Verification.- Finding Regularity: Describing and Analysing Circuits That Are Not Quite Regular.- Predicate Abstraction with Minimum Predicates.- Efficient Symbolic Model Checking of Software Using Partial Disjunctive Partitioning.- Processor Verification.- Instantiating Uninterpreted Functional Units and Memory System: Functional Verification of the VAMP.- A Hazards-Based Correctness Statement for Pipelined Circuits.- Analyzing the Intel Itanium Memory Ordering Rules Using Logic Programming and SAT.- Automata Based Methods.- On Complementing Nondeterministic Büchi Automata.- Coverage Metrics for Formal Verification.- “More Deterministic” vs. “Smaller” Büchi Automata for Efficient LTL Model Checking.- Short Papers 1.- An Optimized Symbolic Bounded Model Checking Engine.- Constrained Symbolic Simulation with Mathematica and ACL2.- Semi-formal Verification of Memory Systems by Symbolic Simulation.- CTL May Be Ambiguous When Model Checking Moore Machines.- Specification Methods.- Reasoning about GSTE Assertion Graphs.- Towards Diagrammability and Efficiency in Event Sequence Languages.- Executing the Formal Semantics of the Accellera Property Specification Language by Mechanised Theorem Proving.- Protocol Verification.- On Combining Symmetry Reduction and Symbolic Representation for Efficient Model Checking.- On the Correctness of an Intrusion-Tolerant Group Communication Protocol.- Exact and Efficient Verification of Parameterized Cache Coherence Protocols.- Short Papers 2.- Design and Implementation of an Abstract Interpreter for VHDL.- A Programming Language Based Analysis of Operand Forwarding.- Integrating RAM and Disk Based Verification within the Mur? Verifier.- Design and Verification of CoreConnectTM IP Using Esterel.- Theorem Proving.- Inductive Assertions and Operational Semantics.- A Compositional Theory of Refinement for Branching Time.- Linear and Nonlinear Arithmetic in ACL2.- Bounded Model Checking.- Efficient Distributed SAT and SAT-Based Distributed Bounded Model Checking.- Convergence Testing in Term-Level Bounded Model Checking.- The ROBDD Size of Simple CNF Formulas.- Model Checking and Application.- Efficient Hybrid Reachability Analysis for Asynchronous Concurrent Systems.- Finite Horizon Analysis of Markov Chains with the Mur? Verifier.- Improved Symbolic Verification Using Partitioning Techniques.

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