Specification Synthesis for Deontic Input-Output Automata
This page contains supplementary material to our paper:
The following zipped file contains a version of LTSA extended to perform specfication synthesis over deontic IO LTS.
Unizipping the file generates a folder containing the following files:
- LTSA-Synthesis.jar -- a prototype extension of LTSA for synthesis of deontic IO LTS
- SimpleExample.lts -- a small example showing the syntax of the commands to use to perfrom specification synthesis
- tv-controller.lts -- the models for the TV control systems used as example in the paper
- Turnstile.lts -- specification syntesis applied to the classic zoo trunstile problem of Jackson and Zave ICSE 95 paper
- MinePump - original LTSA demo.lts -- spec synthesis applied to the classic mine pump problem as specified in the LTSA demo model
- MinePump - abstract version.lts -- spec synthesis for a more abstract version of the mine pump problem
- Proton Therapy-Logging.lts -- spec synthesis for the logging problem of a radiation therapy system by Robert Seater, Daniel Jackson, and Rohit Gheyi
- Proton Therapy-Radiation Delivery.lts -- spec synthesis for the radiation delivery problem for the same radiation therapy system
There's no user manual. The above examples show the new LTSA commands to use to generate the weakest deontic IO LTS realising a goal in a domain as described in the paper. Use of our extension assumes familiarity with LTSA.
Contact us if you have any question: email@example.com
LTSA is a tool developed by Jeff Kramer and Jeff Magee's
group at Imperial College London. The standard version of
the tool is available here.