ComFoRT Reasoning Framework The Component Formal Reasoning Technology (ComFoRT) is a reasoning framework for predicting whether a system will satisfy its safety, reliability, and security requirements. In ComFoRT, these requirements are encoded as behavioral assertions that are verified automatically.
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- Chaki, Sagar; Clarke, Edmund; Sinha, Nishant; Thati, Prasanna: Automated assume-guarantee reasoning for simulation conformance (2005)
- Chaki, Sagar; Ivers, James; Sharygina, Natasha; Wallnau, Kurt: The ComFoRT reasoning framework (2005)
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- Cook, Byron; Kroening, Daniel; Sharygina, Natasha: Cogent: Accurate theorem proving for program verification (2005)