By Gerard J. Holzmann (auth.), John Hatcliff, Elena Zucca (eds.)

ISBN-10: 3642134645

ISBN-13: 9783642134647

This e-book constitutes the refereed complaints of the twelfth IFIP WG 6.1 foreign convention on Formal equipment for Open Object-Based dispensed platforms, FMOODS 2010, and the thirtieth IFIP WG 6.1 Formal innovations for Networked and allotted platforms, uniqueness 2010, held in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, in June 2010. The thirteen revised complete papers offered including 6 brief papers and the summary of 1 invited speak have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from 38 submissions. The papers are prepared in topical sections on formal UML modeling; parts and structure; timed procedure algebra; timed and hybrid automata; software logics and research; and reasoning approximately dispensed platforms.

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Kraemer and P. Herrmann UML Activity Transformation, Code Generation Communication Bus Components Runtime Support Systems Fig. 1. Execution of components by runtime support systems that can be executed efficiently in parallel is limited, in particular on mobile or embedded devices. One way to deal with the complexity of concurrent executions is the introduction of runtime support systems [3], illustrated in the lower part of Fig. 1. These systems contain schedulers that control the execution of a component’s behavior by dispatching events.

An important requirement, which will be studied in this paper, is the accuracy of clock synchronization between different devices. This latter property states that the difference between the clocks of any two devices should be bounded by a small constant, which is provided by the user and depends on his needs. Hence, one must be capable of computing the smallest bound for which synchronization occurs and compare it with the bound expected by the user. Unfortunately, due to the large number of heterogeneous components that constitute the system, deriving such a bound manually from the textual specification is an unfeasible task.

When a fork is part of an activity step, so are its incoming edge and all outgoing edges, since they are executed in parallel (F). – When a join is part of an activity step, then there is at least one incoming edge part of the step as well (J). – Operations are executed within one run-to-completion step, and thus the incoming and outgoing edge must be part of the same activity step (O). – The sending and the reception at partition borders are part of separate activity steps. Therefore, for each queue place, either the incoming or the outgoing edge is part of the same activity step (Q).

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