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Formal semantics of behavior specifications in the architecture analysis and design language standard

Abstract : In system design, an architecture specification or model serves, among other purposes, as a repository to share knowledge about the system being designed. Such a repository enables automatic generation of analytical models for different aspects relevant to system design (timing, reliability, security, etc.). The Architecture Analysis and Design Language (AADL) is a standard proposed by SAE to express architecture specifications and share knowledge between the different stakeholders about the system being designed. To support unambiguous reasoning, formal verification, high-fidelity simulation of architecture specifications in a model-based AADL design workflow, we have defined a formal semantics for the behavior specification of the AADL, the presentation of this semantics is the aim of this paper.
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Loïc Besnard, Thierry Gautier, Paul Le Guernic, Clément Guy, Jean-Pierre Talpin, et al.. Formal semantics of behavior specifications in the architecture analysis and design language standard. [Research Report] RR-8950, INRIA. 2016, pp.30 - 39. ⟨hal-01419973⟩

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