Presentation on theme: "Notes on “AMOEBA-RT: Run-Time Verification of Adaptive Software” Jozef Hooman Embedded Systems Institute, Eindhoven Radboud University Nijmegen The Netherlands."— Presentation transcript:
Notes on “AMOEBA-RT: Run-Time Verification of Adaptive Software” Jozef Hooman Embedded Systems Institute, Eindhoven Radboud University Nijmegen The Netherlands
Jozef Hooman22 Oct 2007 Notes (1) Abstract mentions: “… AMOEBA-RT, a run-time monitoring and verification technique that provides assurance that dynamically adaptive software satisfies its requirements.” Nice focus on adaptive SW But for the moment no run-time verification and no assurance that it satisfies requirements Current situation: Record execution trace using aspect orientation Check off-line if it satisfies A-LTL formula and report bug
Jozef Hooman32 Oct 2007 Notes (2) Might be usable to detect errors at run-time. This requires answers to a number of questions: 1)Are specifications (models) correct? Relation between informal meaning & formulas not completely clear, Ω not specified 2)When to check properties exactly, how to avoid false errors? E.g. for eventuality (◊) properties? 3)How many A-LTL formulas are needed and can be checked for larger systems?