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Guaranteed Verification of Dynamic Systems

by Stefan Schwab

Guaranteed Verification of Dynamic Systems

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Book Description

This work introduces a new specification and verification approach for dynamic systems. The introduced approach is able to provide type II error free results by definition, i.e. there are no hidden faults in the verification result. The approach is based on Kaucher interval arithmetic to enclose the measurement in a bounded error sense. The developed methods are proven mathematically to provide a reliable verification for a wide class of safety critical systems.

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Table of Contents

Chapter 1
Introduction
Chapter 2
State of Science
Chapter 3
Methodical Approach and Mathematical Preliminaries
Chapter 4
Guaranteed Verification of Point Real Systems
Chapter 5
Guaranteed Verification of Interval Type Systems
Chapter 6
Guaranteed Verification of Hybrid Systems
Chapter 7
Extended Kaucher Based Guaranteed Verification
Chapter 8
Application and Results
Chapter 9
Conclusion

Book Details

Title
Guaranteed Verification of Dynamic Systems
Subject
Science & Mathematics
Publisher
KIT Scientific Publishing
Published
2022
Pages
216
Edition
1
Language
English
ISBN13 Digital
9783731509653
ISBN10 Digital
3731509652
PDF Size
6.0 MB
License
CC BY-SA

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