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Proof-Based Approach to Hybrid Systems Development: Dynamic Logic and Event-B

Abstract : The design of hybrid systems controllers requires one to handle both discrete and continuous functionalities in a single development framework. In this paper, we propose the design and verification of such controllers using a correct-by-construction approach. We use proof-based formal methods to model and verify the required safety properties of the given controllers. Both Event-B with Rodin, and hybrid programs and dynamic differential logic with KeYmaera are experimented on a common case study related to the modelling of a car controller. Finally, we discuss the lessons learnt from these experiments and draw the first steps towards a generic method for modelling hybrid systems in Event-B.
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Guillaume Dupont, yamine Aït-Ameur, Marc Pantel, Neeraj Kumar Singh. Proof-Based Approach to Hybrid Systems Development: Dynamic Logic and Event-B. 6th International Conference Abstract State Machines, Alloy, B, TLA, VDM, and Z (ABZ 2018), University of Southampton, Jun 2018, Southampton, United Kingdom. pp.155-170. ⟨hal-02450998⟩

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