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Towards a Compositional Verification Approach for Multi-Agent Systems : Application to Platoon System

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In Proc. of First International workshop on Verification and Validation of multi-agent models for complex systems (V2CS), 2011.
Abstract:
This paper presents a methodology for the verification of reactive multi-agent systems (RMAS). High level of confidence about a safety execution is a must in such systems. For this reason, model-checking appear as an adequate tool to the verification of such models. However, model-checking can be confronted with the problem of huge state space exploration. To avoid this kind of inconvenience, it is possible to apply methods like abstraction or composition. This paper presents a compositional verification method adapted to a wide range of RMAS applications. This method is appropriate for the verification of some safety property. The application considered in this paper is a platoon with linear configuration. The safety property to be verified is the non collision between platoon vehicles. The SAL toolkit has been adopted as a verification tool, by applying SAL model checkers.
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Multi-agent systems, Model-checking, Compositional verification, Platoon application
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International conference with proceedings
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