Departmental Papers (CIS)

Date of this Version

9-2016

Document Type

Conference Paper

Comments

The 16th Conference on Runtime Verification (RV 2016), pp. 482--490. Madrid, Spain, September 2016.

Abstract

Two major approaches have emerged in runtime verification, based on synchronous and asynchronous monitoring. Each approach has its advantages and disadvantages and is applicable in different situations. In this paper, we explore a hybrid approach, where low-level properties are checked synchronously, while higher-level ones are checked asynchronously. We present a tool for constructing and deploying monitors based on an architecture specification. Monitor logic and patterns of communication between monitors are specified in a language SMEDL. The language and the tool are illustrated using a case study of a robotic simulator.

Subject Area

CPS Formal Methods

Publication Source

The 16th Conference on Runtime Verification (RV 2016)

Start Page

482

Last Page

490

Keywords

monitor generation, synchronous monitoring, asynchronous monitoring

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Date Posted: 05 February 2017

This document has been peer reviewed.