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Model checking and abstraction to the aid of parameterized systems (a survey). Computer Languages, Systems & Structures, 30(3-4): 139–169, 2004. 42 A. Pettorossi, M. Proietti, and V. Senni Appendix Below we give the deﬁnitions of the array formulas genc 2 through genc 8 occurring in the program R of Section 4. genc2 (s(P, J, Q, S)) ≡def ∃i, l(rd (P, i, λ) ∧ l > 1 ∧ rd (J, i, 1) ∧ rd (Q, i, 1) ∧ rd (S, 1, i) ∧ ∀k(1 ≤ k ≤ l → ((rd (P, k, ncs) ∧ rd (Q, k, 0)) ∨ (rd (P, k, w) ∧ rd (J, k, 1) ∧ rd (Q, k, 0)) ∨ (rd (P, k, λ) ∧ rd (J, k, 1) ∧ rd (Q, k, 1)))) ∧ ln(P, l) ∧ ln(J, l) ∧ ln(Q, l) ∧ ln(S, l)) genc3 (s(P, J, Q, S)) ≡def ∃i, k, l(2 ≤ k < l ∧ ((rd (P, i, w) ∧ rd (J, i, k+1) ∧ rd (Q, i, k) ∧ rd (S, k, i)) ∨ (rd (P, i, λ)∧ rd (J, i, k)∧ rd (Q, i, k)∧ rd (S, k, i))) ∧ ∀j((1 ≤ j ≤ l ∧ ¬ (j = i)) → ((rd (P, j, ncs) ∧ rd (Q, j, 0)) ∨ (rd (P, j, w) ∧ rd (J, j, 1) ∧ rd (Q, j, 0)))) ∧ ln(P, l) ∧ ln(J, l) ∧ ln(Q, l) ∧ ln(S, l)) genc4 (s(P, J, Q, S)) ≡def ∃m, l(1 ≤ m ≤ l ∧ ∀k(1 ≤ k < m → ∃i(rd (P, i, λ) ∧ rd (J, i, k) ∧ rd (Q, i, k) ∧ rd (S, k, i))) ∧ ∀j(1 ≤ j ≤ l → ((rd (P, j, ncs) ∧ rd (Q, j, 0)) ∨ ∃k(1 ≤ k < m ∧ ((rd (P, j, w) ∧ rd (J, j, k+1) ∧ rd (Q, j, k)) ∨ (rd (P, j, λ) ∧ rd (J, j, k) ∧ rd (Q, j, k)))))) ∧ ln(P, l) ∧ ln(J, l) ∧ ln(Q, l) ∧ ln(S, l)) genc5 (s(P, J, Q, S)) ≡def ∃i, k, l(2 ≤ k < l ∧ ((rd (P, i, w) ∧ rd (J, i, k+1) ∧ rd (Q, i, k) ∧ rd (S, k, i)) ∨ (rd (P, i, λ) ∧ rd (J, i, k) ∧ rd (Q, i, k) ∧ rd (S, k, i))) ∧ ∃m(1 ≤ m ≤ k ∧ ∀u(1 ≤ u ≤ m → ∃j(rd (P, j, λ) ∧ rd (J, j, u) ∧ rd (Q, j, u) ∧ rd (S, u, j))) ∧ ∀n((1 ≤ n ≤ l ∧ ¬ (n = i)) → ((rd (P, n, ncs) ∧ rd (Q, n, 0)) ∨ ∃r(1 ≤ r ≤ m ∧ ((rd (P, n, w) ∧ rd (J, n, r+1) ∧ rd (Q, n, r)) ∨ (rd (P, n, λ) ∧ rd (J, n, r) ∧ rd (Q, n, r))))))) ∧ ln(P, l) ∧ ln(J, l) ∧ ln(Q, l) ∧ ln(S, l)) genc6 (s(P, J, Q, S)) ≡def ∃i, l, u(rd (P, i, cs) ∧ rd (J, i, u+1) ∧ rd (Q, i, u) ∧ rd (S, u, i) ∧ u+1 = l ∧ ∀j((1 ≤ j ≤ l ∧ ¬ (j = i)) → ((rd (P, k, ncs) ∧ rd (Q, k, 0)) ∨ (rd (P, k, w) ∧ rd (J, k, 1) ∧ rd (Q, k, 0)))) ∧ ln(P, l) ∧ ln(J, l) ∧ ln(Q, l) ∧ ln(S, l)) Transformational Veriﬁcation of Parameterized Protocols 43 genc7 (s(P, J, Q, S)) ≡def ∃i, l, u(rd (P, i, cs) ∧ rd (J, i, u+1) ∧ rd (Q, i, u) ∧ u+1 = l ∧ ∀k(1 ≤ k < l → ∃i(rd (P, i, λ) ∧ rd (J, i, k) ∧ rd (Q, i, k) ∧ rd (S, k, i))) ∧ ln(P, l) ∧ ln(J, l) ∧ ln(Q, l) ∧ ln(S, l)) genc8 (s(P, J, Q, S)) ≡def ∃i, l, u(rd (P, i, cs) ∧ rd (J, i, u+1) ∧ rd (Q, i, u) ∧ u+1 = l ∧ ∃m(1 ≤ m ≤ l ∧ ∀n(1 ≤ n < m → ∃j(rd (P, j, λ) ∧ rd (J, j, n) ∧ rd (Q, j, n) ∧ rd (S, n, j))) ∧ ∀j((1 ≤ j ≤ l ∧ ¬ (j = i)) → ((rd (P, j, ncs) ∧ rd (Q, j, 0)) ∨ ∃k(1 ≤ k < m ∧ ((rd (P, j, w) ∧ rd (J, j, k+1) ∧ rd (Q, j, k)) ∨ (rd (P, j, λ) ∧ rd (J, j, k) ∧ rd (Q, j, k))))))) ∧ ln(P, l) ∧ ln(J, l) ∧ ln(Q, l) ∧ ln(S, l)) Design and Implementation of AT : A Real-Time Action Description Language Luke Simon, Ajay Mallya, and Gopal Gupta Department of Computer Science, University of Texas at Dallas Abstract.

N }. These two arrays Q and S are shared in the sense that they can be read and written by any of the N processes. The transition relation of the parameterized Peterson’s protocol is deﬁned by the seven statements T1 , . . , T7 which we now introduce. For r = 1, . . , 7, statement Tr is of the form: t(s(P, J, Q, S), s(P , J , Q , S )) ← τr (s(P, J, Q, S), s(P , J , Q , S )) where τr (s(P, J, Q, S), s(P , J , Q , S )) is an array formula deﬁned as follows (see also Figure 2). 1. For the transition from ncs to w : τ1 (s(P, J, Q, S), s(P , J , Q , S )) ≡def ∃i (rd (P, i, ncs) ∧ wr (P, i, w, P ) ∧ wr (J, i, 1, J )) ∧ Q =Q ∧ S =S 2.

Also, given a state that results from a sequence of actions, it is required to deduce information about past states. In the next section, we describe the action description language 46 L. Simon, A. Mallya, and G. Gupta A [4], with a discussion of its syntax and semantics. The language has a simple syntax that is used to specify properties of actions and an automata-theoretic semantics to reason about sequences of actions. 1 The Action Description Language A The action description language A provides a mechanism for describing action domains.