On MITL and alternating timed automata over infinite words

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Brihaye, Thomas; Estiévenart, Morgane; Geeraerts, Gilles;
(2014)
  • Subject: Mathematics - Logic | Computer Science - Logic in Computer Science
    arxiv: Computer Science::Formal Languages and Automata Theory | Computer Science::Logic in Computer Science

One clock alternating timed automata (OCATA) have been introduced as natural extension of (one clock) timed automata to express the semantics of MTL. In this paper, we consider the application of OCATA to the problems of model-checking and satisfiability for MITL (a syn... View more
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