Kronos
KRONOS is a tool developed with the aim to verify complex real-time systems. Real-time systems are systems that must perform a task within strict time deadlines. Embedded controllers, circuits and communication protocols are examples of such time-dependent systems. These systems are often part of complex safety-critical applications such as aircraft avionics, which are very difficult to design and analyze, but whose correct behavior must be ensured because failures may have severe consequences. Hence, real-time systems need to be rigorously modeled and specified in order to be able to formally prove their correctness with respect to the desired requirements. In KRONOS, components of real-time systems are modeled by timed automata and the correctness requirements are expressed in the real-time temporal logic TCTL.
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