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We consider a first-order property specification language for run-time monitoring of dynamic systems. The language is based on a linear-time temporal logic and offers two kinds of quantifiers to bind free variables in a formula. One kind contains the usual first-order quantifiers that provide for replication of properties for dynamically created and destroyed objects in the system. The other kind, called attribute quantifiers, is used to check dynamically changing values within the same object. We show that expressions in this language can be eficiently checked over an execution trace of a system.
Oleg Sokolsky, Usa Sammapun, Insup Lee, and Jesung Kim, "Run-Time Checking of Dynamic Properties", . July 2005.
Date Posted: 25 October 2005
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