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Concurrency Meeting: CSP in Practice: Timed Verification of Robot Software

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VSO2 - Verified software

This talk describes work done by myself and the RoboStar team in York to tackle the verification of timed properties of robotic control software.  We reduce the problem into one of concurrency reasoning, where Communicating Sequential Processes is the underlying formalism.  On top of CSP , we build domain-specific languages that present specifications and implementation models in a manner that is both approachable to robotics experts and suitable for use in other ways (simulation model extraction, code generation, other formalisms, etc.).  I discuss RoboChart, RoboStar’s DSL for software models, and RoboCert, a DSL I am working on to handle specifications.

This talk is part of the Isaac Newton Institute Seminar Series series.

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