Tempo: a model-checker for event-recording automata. We present a symbolic on-the-fly model checking algorithm for event-recording automata, a subclass of timed automata. This algorithm is based on a forward reachability analysis and uses a symbolic representation of clock constraints. It forms the core of the verification tool Tempo. We also develop a real-time logic for specifying properties of event-recording automata in a suitable way and demonstrate that the model checking problem for this logic is decidable.
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