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A transformation-driven approach to automate feedback verification results

Abstract : The integration of formal verification methods in modeling activities is a key issue to ensure the correctness of complex system design models. In this purpose, the most common approach consists in defining a translational semantics mapping the abstract syntax of the designer dedicated Domain-Specific Modeling Language (DSML) to a formal verification dedicated semantic domain in order to reuse the available powerful verification technologies. Formal verification is thus usually achieved using model transformations. However, the verification results are available in the formal domain which significantly impairs their use by the system designer which is usually not an expert of the formal technologies. In this paper, we introduce a novel approach based on Higher-Order transformations that analyze and instrument the transformation that expresses the semantics in order to produce traceability data to automatize the back propagation of verification results to the DSML end-user.
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Faiez Zalila, Xavier Crégut, Marc Pantel. A transformation-driven approach to automate feedback verification results. 3rd International Conference On Model and Data Engineering (MEDI 2013), Sep 2013, Amantea, Calabria, Italy. pp. 266-277. ⟨hal-01231772⟩



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