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Decidability of Model Checking Non-Uniform Artifact-Centric Quantified Interpreted Systems

Abstract : Artifact-Centric Systems are a novel paradigm in service-oriented computing. In the present contribution we show that model checking bounded, nonuniform artifact-centric systems is undecidable. We provide a partial model checking procedure for artifact-centric systems against the universal fragment of a first-order version of the logic CTL. We obtain this result by introducing a counterpart semantics and developing an abstraction methodology operating on these structures. This enables us to generate finite abstractions of infinite artifactcentric systems, hence perform verification on abstract models.
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Francesco Belardinelli, Alessio Lomuscio. Decidability of Model Checking Non-Uniform Artifact-Centric Quantified Interpreted Systems. 23rd International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence (IJCAI13), Aug 2013, Beijing, China. pp.725--731. ⟨hal-00833309⟩



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