SPIN

Spin is a popular open-source software tool, used by thousands of people worldwide, that can be used for the formal verification of distributed software systems. The tool was developed at Bell Labs in the original Unix group of the Computing Sciences Research Center, starting in 1980. The software has been available freely since 1991, and continues to evolve to keep pace with new developments in the field. In April 2002 the tool was awarded the prestigious System Software Award for 2001 by the ACM


References in zbMATH (referenced in 595 articles , 1 standard article )

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  1. Dimovski, Aleksandar S.: Verifying annotated program families using symbolic game semantics (2018)
  2. Bride, Hadrien; Kouchnarenko, Olga; Peureux, Fabien: Reduction of workflow nets for generalised soundness verification (2017)
  3. Chatterjee, Krishnendu; Kragl, Bernhard; Mishra, Samarth; Pavlogiannis, Andreas: Faster algorithms for weighted recursive state machines (2017)
  4. Coogan, Samuel; Arcak, Murat: Finite abstraction of mixed monotone systems with discrete and continuous inputs (2017)
  5. Evrard, Hugues; Lang, Frédéric: Automatic distributed code generation from formal models of asynchronous processes interacting by multiway rendezvous (2017)
  6. Ezekiel, J.; Lomuscio, A.: Combining fault injection and model checking to verify fault tolerance, recoverability, and diagnosability in multi-agent systems (2017)
  7. Gheorghe, Marian; Ceterchi, Rodica; Ipate, Florentin; Konur, Savas: Kernel P systems modelling, testing and verification -- sorting case study (2017)
  8. Huang, Chung-Hao; Schewe, Sven; Wang, Farn: Model-checking iterated games (2017)
  9. Jančík, Pavel; Kofroň, Jan: On partial state matching (2017)
  10. Konnov, Igor; Lazić, Marijana; Veith, Helmut; Widder, Josef: A short counterexample property for safety and liveness verification of fault-tolerant distributed algorithms (2017)
  11. Moszkowski, Ben; Guelev, Dimitar P.: An application of temporal projection to interleaving concurrency (2017)
  12. Mukherjee, Suvam; Kumar, Arun; D’Souza, Deepak: Detecting all high-level dataraces in an RTOS kernel (2017)
  13. Steinmetz, Marcel; Hoffmann, Jörg: State space search nogood learning: online refinement of critical-path dead-end detectors in planning (2017)
  14. Abe, Tatsuya; Maeda, Toshiyuki: Observation-based concurrent program logic for relaxed memory consistency models (2016)
  15. Adzkiya, Dieky; Zhang, Yining; Abate, Alessandro: VeriSIMPL 2: an open-source software for the verification of max-plus-linear systems (2016)
  16. André, Étienne; Benmoussa, Mohamed Mahdi; Choppy, Christine: Formalising concurrent UML state machines using coloured Petri nets (2016)
  17. Arcaini, Paolo; Holom, Roxana-Maria; Riccobene, Elvinia: ASM-based formal design of an adaptivity component for a cloud system (2016)
  18. Basu, Samik; Bultan, Tevfik: On deciding synchronizability for asynchronously communicating systems (2016)
  19. Bérard, Béatrice; Lafourcade, Pascal; Millet, Laure; Potop-Butucaru, Maria; Thierry-Mieg, Yann; Tixeuil, Sébastien: Formal verification of mobile robot protocols (2016)
  20. Chevrou, Florent; Hurault, Aurélie; Quéinnec, Philippe: On the diversity of asynchronous communication (2016)

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Further publications can be found at: http://spinroot.com/spin/theory.html