Temporal logic is a form of modal logic in which the modal operators are used to denote the truth of a statement in the future or past. Application areas include linguistics and computer science, in particular program verification.
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Efficient Symbolic Tools
A BDD based tool for the formal verification of concurrent systems using a propositional branching-time temporal logic: action computation tree logic (ACTL). It runs under different OS, including Linux and Windows 95/98/NT.
Marking up Temporal Logic
First in a series of posts to the www-math mailing list on using TL operators in web pages. Clicking [Prev] will continue through the series.
The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy entry on the subject, with a detailed description, application areas and a bibliography.
Temporal Logic Case Study
A case study applying temporal logic to specify the operation of a bank of identical elevators servicing a number of floors in a building.
Provides automatic verification of protocols and reactive systems through temporal logic specifications.
Time International Workshop Series
The annual International Workshop on Temporal Representation and Reasoning covers temporal representation and reasoning, including temporal logic.
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