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


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  1. Baresi, L.; Bersani, M. M.; Marconi, F.; Quattrocchi, G.; Rossi, M.: Using formal verification to evaluate the execution time of spark applications (2020)
  2. De Nicola, Rocco; Ferrari, Gianluigi; Pugliese, Rosario; Tiezzi, Francesco: A formal approach to the engineering of domain-specific distributed systems (2020)
  3. Dimovski, Aleksandar S.; Legay, Axel; Wasowski, Andrzej: Generalized abstraction-refinement for game-based CTL lifted model checking (2020)
  4. Huang, Yanhong; Pang, Haiping; Shi, Jianqi: Modeling and verification of a timing protection mechanism in the OSEK/VDX OS using CSP (2020)
  5. Jaber, Mohamad; Falcone, Yliès; Attie, Paul; Khalil, Al-Abbass; Hallal, Rayan; El-Hokayem, Antoine: From global choreographies to verifiable efficient distributed implementations (2020)
  6. Kloetzer, Marius; Mahulea, Cristian: Path planning for robotic teams based on LTL specifications and Petri net models (2020)
  7. Lu, Xu; Duan, Zhenhua; Tian, Cong; Du, Hongwei: Verify heaps via unified model checking (2020)
  8. Shu, Xinfeng; Zhang, Nan; Wang, Xiaobing; Zhao, Liang: Efficient decision procedure for propositional projection temporal logic (2020)
  9. Smith, Graeme; Winter, Kirsten; Colvin, Robert J.: Linearizability on hardware weak memory models (2020)
  10. Wang, Meng; Tian, Cong; Zhang, Nan; Duan, Zhenhua; Yao, Chenguang: Translating Xd-C programs to MSVL programs (2020)
  11. Bozzano, Marco; Cimatti, Alessandro; Mattarei, Cristian: Formal reliability analysis of redundancy architectures (2019)
  12. Chevrou, Florent; Hurault, Aurélie; Quéinnec, Philippe: A modular framework for verifying versatile distributed systems (2019)
  13. Clemente, Lorenzo; Mayr, Richard: Efficient reduction of nondeterministic automata with application to language inclusion testing (2019)
  14. Cooper, James; Nicolescu, Radu: Alternative representations of P systems solutions to the graph colouring problem (2019)
  15. Dimovski, Aleksandar S.; Brabrand, Claus; Wąsowski, Andrzej: Finding suitable variability abstractions for lifted analysis (2019)
  16. Ho, Hsi-Ming; Ouaknine, Joël; Worrell, James: On the expressiveness and monitoring of metric temporal logic (2019)
  17. Johansen, Christian; Owe, Olaf: Dynamic structural operational semantics (2019)
  18. Kölbl, Martin; Leue, Stefan: An efficient algorithm for computing causal trace sets in causality checking (2019)
  19. Li, Jianwen; Zhu, Shufang; Pu, Geguang; Zhang, Lijun; Vardi, Moshe Y.: SAT-based explicit LTL reasoning and its application to satisfiability checking (2019)
  20. Paulson, Lawrence C.; Nipkow, Tobias; Wenzel, Makarius: From LCF to Isabelle/HOL (2019)

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