Run time monitoring of reactive system models
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In model-based development of reactive systems, statecharts are widely used for formal design of system behavior, and provide a sound basis for analysis and verification tools, as well as for code generation from system models. We present an approach for dynamic analysis of reactive systems via run-time verification of code produced with Statemate C and MicroC code generators , . The core of the approach is automatic creation of monitoring statecharts from formulas that specifiy the system's behavioral properties in a proposed assertion language. Such monitors are then translated into code together with the system model, and executed concurrently with the system code. This approach leads to a more realistic analysis of reactive systems, as monitoring is supported in the system's actual operating environment. For models that include design-level attributes (division into tasks, etc.), this is crucial for performance-related checks, and help to overcome restrictions inherent in simulation and model checking.
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