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Most proposals in this area deal with LTS models. However, more expressive models such as STS are needed to take data encapsulation and value passing into account. A major weakness of such models is the lack of dedicated analysis techniques. Direct mapping into standard model-checkers results in state explosion problems in the presence of unbounded data types and hence is not directly applicable. In this paper we proposed an analysis framework for STS based on conﬁguration graphs and LTS interpretations.
Finally, Section 6 draws up some concluding remarks. More details about our approach and formal deﬁnitions can be consulted in . 2 Formalising Components as Symbolic Transition Systems This section states some deﬁnitions we use thereafter to introduce our approach. First of all, we consider algebraic speciﬁcations as an abstraction of concrete implementation languages like Java, C++, or Python. A signature (or static interface) Σ is a pair (S, F ) where S is a set of sorts (type names) and F a set of function names equipped with proﬁles over these sorts.
Direct mapping into standard model-checkers results in state explosion problems in the presence of unbounded data types and hence is not directly applicable. In this paper we proposed an analysis framework for STS based on conﬁguration graphs and LTS interpretations. This enables one to use the usual veriﬁcation techniques on these LTS.