PASS is an analysis tool for infinite-state probabilistic models. It is based on predicate abstraction and automatic abstraction refinement. Models are specified in a variant of the PRISM language. PASS computes the probability of reaching a set of goal states specified by the user. PASS has two sisters, PARAM and INFAMY, that accept virtually the same language, but have different strengths.
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References in zbMATH (referenced in 6 articles )
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- Wang, Shuling; Zhan, Naijun; Zhang, Lijun: A compositional modelling and verification framework for stochastic hybrid systems (2017)
- Dehnert, Christian; Gebler, Daniel; Volpato, Michele; Jansen, David N.: On abstraction of probabilistic systems (2014)
- Dräger, Klaus; Kwiatkowska, Marta; Parker, David; Qu, Hongyang: Local abstraction refinement for probabilistic timed programs (2014)
- Barbuti, Roberto; Levi, Francesca; Milazzo, Paolo; Scatena, Guido: Probabilistic model checking of biological systems with uncertain kinetic rates (2012)
- Hahn, Ernst Moritz; Hermanns, Holger; Wachter, Björn; Zhang, Lijun: PASS: abstraction refinement for infinite probabilistic models (2010) ioport
- Kattenbelt, Mark; Kwiatkowska, Marta; Norman, Gethin; Parker, David: A game-based abstraction-refinement framework for Markov decision processes (2010)
Further publications can be found at: http://depend.cs.uni-sb.de/tools/pass/publications/