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By Krishnendu Chatterjee, Thomas A. Henzinger (auth.), Ahmed Bouajjani, Wei-Ngan Chin (eds.)

This publication constitutes the refereed lawsuits of the eighth overseas Symposium on computerized expertise for Verification and research, ATVA 2010, held in Singapore, in September 2010. The booklet comprises three invited talks, 21 general papers and nine instrument papers.

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For q ∈ δ(Sd , σ) ∩ (Q \ α) we have d (q ) = min{d(q) + 1 : q ∈ δ(q, σ) and q ∈ Sd }. Finally, for q ∈ (δ(Sd , σ) \ δ(safe(d), wi )) ∩ α we have d (q ) = ∞. Intuitively, safe(d) is the set of states that are still within the k bound in some run of A. Thus, d checks which of these states indeed visit α after reading σ, and resets them to 0. Otherwise it increases the counter. If all states reached ∞, then the eventual bound k was not yet in effect. We ”take note” of this by not visiting α, and then d resets to 0, giving the eventual bound a new chance.

Bounding the wait time by a constant changes the specification from a liveness property to a safety property. For example, if we bound the wait time in the specification “every request is eventually granted” and replace it by the specification “every request is granted within k transitions” for some fixed k, then we end up with a safety property – we never want to come across a request that is not granted within the next k transitions. While the safety property is A. -N. ): ATVA 2010, LNCS 6252, pp.

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