Reactive Systems Group
We develop algorithms and tools for the synthesis and verification of reactive systems.
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ERC project OSARES
The OSARES project will start in July 2016. The goal of the project is the automatic synthesis of distributed embedded systems — that is, the construction of computer programs for such systems by a computer without the help of a human programmer. The project is funded by the European Research Council for five years, from 2016 to 2021, as an ERC Consolidator Grant. more…
- RV 2016: A Stream-based Specification Language for Network Monitoring.
- ATVA 2016: Synthesizing Skeletons for Reactive Systems.
- ATVA 2016: Specifying and Verifying Secrecy in Workflows with Arbitrarily Many Agents.
- GandALF 2016: Approximating Optimal Bounds in Prompt-LTL Realizability in Doubly-exponential Time.
- GandALF 2016: Distributed PROMPT-LTL Synthesis
- CSL 2016: Easy to Win, Hard to Master: Optimal Strategies in Parity Games with Costs.
- CONCUR 2016: Deciding Hyperproperties.
- CAV 2016: Bounded Cycle Synthesis.
- CAV 2016: Synthesis of Self-Stabilizing and Byzantine-Resilient Distributed Systems.
- SAT 2016: Non-prenex QBF Solving Using Abstraction.
- ACM SIGACT News: Decidability in Parameterized Verification.
- RAIRO – ITA: Optimal Strategy Synthesis for Request-Response Games.
- VMCAI 2016: Tight Cutoffs for Guarded Protocols with Fairness.
- FMCAD 2015: CAQE: A Certifying QBF Solver.
- Synthesis Lectures in Distributed Computing Theory: Decidability of Parameterized Verification.
- GandALF 2015: Parameterized Linear Temporal Logics Meet Costs: Still not Costlier than LTL.
- Correct System Design 2015: Bounded Synthesis for Petri Games.