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  1. Verification is the task of determining whether an implementation satisfies its specification.
  2. Verification is an important part of the development process, and is accomplished using voice pilot reports and data from research aircraft.
  3. Verification is a difficult process, largely because even the simplest system has several dozen theorems, each of which has to be proven. (Web site)
  4. Verification is the process of determining whether the hypothesis is in accord with empirical evidence, both newly acquired and already existing.
  5. A verification is given in Chapter 10.

Automated Verification

  1. In automated verification one uses algorithmic techniques to establish the correctness of the design with respect to a given property.
  2. It has become the key enabling technology in automated verification of both computer hardware and software. (Web site)

Verification Module

  1. The verification module also allows the display and visual inspection of the verification results.
  2. The verification module consists of three components: a pattern-based property editor, a property translator, and a formal verification client (Figure 1).

Software Systems

  1. The Parma Polyhedra Library: toward a complete set of numerical abstractions for the analysis and verification of hardware and software systems. (Web site)

Visual Verification

  1. Direct visual verification would certainly put an end to the issue, however there are at least three pieces of hardware on the Moon that are not in dispute. (Web site)

Decision Procedures

  1. Formal verification is the use of decision procedures to completely characterize a design; it is equivalent to exhaustive testing for a particular property.
  2. Decision procedures for more complicated theories, like linear real and integer arithmetic, are also used in program verification. (Web site)
  3. Verification: Methods for proving correctness of sequential programs using first-order reasoning; need for decision procedures.

Temporal Logic

  1. More than two decades ago, Pnueli in a seminal work showed the value of temporal logic in the specification and verification of computer programs.
  2. Description: The use of temporal logic was suggested as a method for formal verification. (Web site)

Prototype Verification System

  1. Our Prototype Verification System (PVS) provides rigorous assurance of correctness for mission critical systems.
  2. Therefore our method is supported by the interactive proof checker PVS (Prototype Verification System).

Design Verification

  1. Historically, design verification was a laborious, repetitive loop of writing and running simulation test cases against the design under test. (Web site)

Temporal Logic Specifications

  1. In this approach to verification, temporal logic specifications are checked by an exhaustive search of the state space of the concurrent system. (Web site)

Deductive Verification

  1. The paper examines the connections between computer security and formal, deductive verification of the properties of computer systems.

Formal Verification Tool

  1. RuleBase is a model checking based formal verification tool, developed by the IBM Haifa Research Laboratory [1].

Finite-State Verification

  1. It is our intention in this paper to adapt and apply the notion of patterns to the description of specification of properties for finite-state verification.
  2. Murphi description language and verifier tool for finite-state verification of concurrent systems. (Web site)
  3. In finite-state verification, model checkers examine finite-state machines representing concurrent software systems looking for errors in design.

Verification Process

  1. In this paper, we address two important problems related to this verification process.
  2. Simulation here has a different purpose: to get specifications correct as early as possible in the verification process.

Bytecode Verification

  1. A method for distributed bytecode verification is also provided. (Web site)
  2. The main cause of complexity for bytecode verification is subroutines, used by compilers to generate more compact code.
  3. FIG. 4 is a flowchart of a method 100 for bytecode verification using a securely distributed bytecode verification system in accordance with the invention. (Web site)

Computer Science

  1. Spin is also a superb tool for teaching important concepts of computer science such as verification, concurrency and nondeterminism.

Starting Point

  1. The starting point is a commercial CASE tool, which is augmented by capabilities for formal specification and verification. (Web site)
  2. A starting point could be the formal verification of satisfiability provers for DLs.


  1. When the formal verification tool finishes the verification of the request, it produces the verdict as well as the corresponding witness (or counterexample).


  1. Formal verification uses theorem proving techniques to establish consistency between one level of formal specification and another. (Web site)

Digital Signatures

  1. Digital signatures are created with encryption software for verification purposes. (Web site)


  1. Without certificates, no energy will be consumed for certificates communication and verification, which makes C4W especially energy efficient. (Web site)
  2. The verification process for certificates is cumbersome, plus there are administrative and potential monetary costs in obtaining certificates. (Web site)


  1. In addition to well-formedness, XML 1.0 offers another level of verification, called validity. (Web site)
  2. In deductive verification, the validity of temporal properties is reduced to first-order verification conditions.


  1. In addition, compared to RSA, DSA is 10 to 40 times slower for signature verification. (Web site)

Anti-Virus Software

  1. The tasks for anti-virus software that lie beyond detection are verification, quarantine, and disinfection. (Web site)
  2. Anti-virus software will often perform a secondary verification after the initial detection of a virus occurs. (Web site)

Standard Model

  1. The standard model was in place and its remarkable success at predicting outcomes indicated that its verification was merely a matter of time and details.

Experimental Verification

  1. One essential ingredient of the Standard Model, however, still eludes experimental verification: the Higgs field. (Web site)
  2. Bell's theorem and its experimental verification restrict the kinds of properties a quantum theory can have. (Web site)
  3. According to the paper where the experimental verification is reported [ 61], phosphorylation occurs in a "variant B" which contains this mutation.

General Relativity

  1. Despite its experimental verification, some scientists find the theory of general relativity implausible and have suggested alternatives.
  2. Other experiments have provided other forms of verification of General Relativity.


  1. The fragment imposes constraints on the verification and the falsification conditions in relational models.


  1. Such approaches require proofs of large numbers of verification conditions. (Web site)


  1. And right about now, I'm slowly growing bored by the verification of axioms.
  2. The Austrian school says that these axioms need no empirical verification. (Web site)


  1. Those topics are treated below: they would typically be classified, as verification of properties of the Boolean algebra of subsets of a given universal set.
  2. Case selection conditions can be used to quickly define subsets of data (e.g., for estimation and verification), and for testing the robustness of results. (Web site)


  1. After doing so, you'll be prompted for a new password, which you will need to enter twice for verification purposes.


  1. Program verification is proving that the proposed implementations are really implementations of the ADTs.
  2. Includes the use of verification tools, proving code by hand, and other formal processes. (Web site)


  1. This monitoring may be particularly useful in cases of dramatic increase in seizure frequency and for verification of compliance. (Web site)
  2. The outcome is that the use of formal methods is most useful as an architectural design method, more than as a formal verification of software code. (Web site)
  3. This may be useful in an environment were automatic signature verification is desired, as no private key material is required to verify a signature.


  1. The receiver of the digital signature performs the verification of the digital signature.
  2. If the integrity verification fails, the receiver MUST destroy all of the plaintext of the content. (Web site)


  1. For SEED-CCM however, the sender performs Step 7 before Step 5 and the receiver performs the second half of Step 5 (performs verification) after Step 6.


  1. A central topic in the thesis is the verification of nexttime-less LTL (linear time temporal logic) formulas.
  2. The formulas are interpreted over Kripke structures, which can model computation; hence temporal logic is very useful in formal verification. (Web site)


  1. The input to the verification process shall be an octet string M, the message; a signer's public key; and a bit string S, the signature. (Web site)
  2. To create a forgery, the attacker picks a random signature σ and uses the verification procedure to determine the message m corresponding to that signature. (Web site)
  3. If the verification is successful, the message is accepted as authentic.

Public Key

  1. Encrypting a message with a public key provides confidentiality, but not signer verification.
  2. They allow verification of the claim that a given public key does in fact belong to a given individual.
  3. Any number of people may have knowledge of the public key for verification purposes, without compromising the private key.


  1. Logics based on regular languages over finite words and #-words o#er a promising but elusive framework for formal specification and verification.


  1. Abstract: The Temporal Logic of Distributed Actions (TLDA) is a new temporal logic designed for the specification and verification of distributed systems. (Web site)
  2. Recent papers suggest it is useful to do validation and verification in a more abstract and formal specification of the system.
  3. Abstract: Verification of parallel programs is a very important goal on the way to improve the reliability of software.


  1. Douglas-Guardian Services - US-wide - provides lenders with collateral verification and inspection services. (Web site)


  1. Verification of employment Part of the loan process, in which a lender asks the borrower's employer for confirmation of the borrower's position and salary. (Web site)


  1. A formal method consists of a mathematical model and methodology to aid in the creation of the specification, design, and verification of a software system. (Web site)
  2. This methodology is automated by the Circal System and has been applied to the verification of communication protocols. (Web site)
  3. The results obtained give some hints concerning a methodology for the formal verification of real systems.


  1. Verus allows the formal specification and verification of real-time and other time critical systems.
  2. Compositional verification of reactive, real-time, and hybrid systems. (Web site)

Software Engineering

  1. Assurance is generally based on factors such as analysis involving theory, testing, software engineering, validation, and verification.
  2. The major contribution of our work is blending together a set of features coming from GUI design, compilers, software engineering and formal verification.

Programming Languages

  1. This paper concerns the formal semantics of programming languages, and the specification and verification of software.


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