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By Alan J. Hu (auth.), Karen Yorav (eds.)

This booklet constitutes the completely refereed post-conference complaints of the 3rd foreign Haifa Verification convention, HVC 2007, held in Haifa, Israel, in October 2007.

The 15 revised complete papers provided including four invited lectures have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from 32 submissions. The papers are geared up in topical tracks on verification, version checking, dynamic verification, merging formal and checking out, formal verification for software program and software program testing.

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We extend those ideas to add the features that are necessary for transactions. The contributions described in this paper are as follows. First, we define a high-level language inspired by CRP to describe reactive transactions and their compositions as a first-order construct. Second, using the standard syntax, we provide a TLM extension in the form of an architectural pattern to capture the reactive transactions, with the cascading of resets. Third, we believe are the first to formally check TLM models with respect to transaction specifications rather than generic properties.

The remainder of the paper is organized as follows. In Section 2 we give the semantics of the logic, and explain the difference with [6]. In Section 3 we provide some simple observations on the semantics of the logic. In Section 4 we prove that the least fixed point characterization of until is preserved, as well as the other design goals of [6]. In Section 5 we conclude. 2 The Definition of ltl@ The semantics of [6] is defined with respect to a clock context. Evaluation of a formula of the form ϕ@clk then sets clk to be the clock context.

Is the strong Boolean expression t asserting that there is a current cycle (and t holds on it). This characterization holds for singly-clocked formulas but not for multiply-clocked formulas. The following counter examples shows that the characterization breaks when multiple clocks are involved. Let p, q and clkq be atomic propositions, and let ψ = q@clkq. Consider a word w such that c / clkq ∧ q, and w0 |= / c. Then w |= ψ hence w0 |= clkq ∧ q and for all i > 0, wi |= c w |= (t! (p U ψ)). However, since w0 |= / c, and there is no state c other than w0 where clkq ∧ q holds, w |= / (p U ψ).

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