Fourth NASA Langley Formal Methods Workshop

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Other titles4th NASA Langley Formal Methods Workshop., Lfm97.
Statementcompiled by C. Michael Holloway and Kelly J. Hayhurst.
SeriesNASA conference publication -- 3356.
ContributionsHolloway, C. Michael., Hayhurst, Kelly J., United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration., Langley Research Center.
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Open LibraryOL17581543M

On behalf of the NASA Langley Formal Method’s Team, I welcome you to Lfm, the Fifth NASA Langley Formal Methods Workshop.

When the series began inattendees and presenters were limited to people directly involved in NASA Langley’s nascent formal methods by: 2. On May, the formal methods team at the NASA Langley Research Center sponsored their third workshop 1 on the application of formal methods to the design and verification of life-critical systems.

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This workshop brought together formal methods researchers, industry engineers, and academicians to discuss the potential of NASA-spon. Get this from a library. Fourth NASA Langley Formal Methods Workshop. [C Michael Holloway; Kelly J Hayhurst; United States.

National Aeronautics and Space Administration.; Langley Research Center.;]. The second, held in Augustfocused on education of the U.S. aerospace industry about formal methods[76]. The third workshop was held in May [63], the fourth in September [65], and.

This volume contains the extended abstracts of the talks presented at LFM The Sixth NASA Langley Formal Methods Workshop held on April 30 - May 2, in Newport News, Virginia, USA.

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The LFM Workshop series was incepted in as a local meeting centered around NASA Langley’s formal methods projects. This is the official website of the NASA Formal Methods (NFM) Research Group.

Our group is currently comprised of researchers spanning six NASA centers: NASA Ames Research Center, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory, NASA Langley Research Center, NASA Johnson Space Center, and NASA Armstrong Flight Research Center.

Abstract. The main current trend in applied formal methods can be characterized by the term “lightweight”. Historically, formal methods have been viewed as pure alternatives to traditional development methodologies, demanding a revolutionary change in industry to adopt by: Transportation System, Proceedings of The Sixth NASA Langley Formal Methods Workshop, p.3–5 NASA Langley’s Formal Methods Research in Support of the Next Generation Air Transportation System Ricky W.

Butler1, C´esar A. Mun˜oz2 1 NASA Langley Research Center, Hampton, VirginiaUSA 2 National Institute of Aerospace, Hampton, Virginia. Abstract. In this talk, a short history of NASA Langley’s research in formal methods is presented. The talk begins with an examination of the attempted formal verification of the SIFT (Software Implemented Fault Tolerance) operating system in the late by: 2.

NFM is the eighth edition of the NASA Formal Methods Symposium, steered by the NASA Formal Methods Group. The symposium grew out of a workshop series started by the NASA Langley Formal Methods Group, and is now held annually, hosted each year Fourth NASA Langley Formal Methods Workshop book one of the NASA centers or a university closely collaborating with date: 09 Jun, The Langley Research Center (LaRC or NASA Langley) located in Hampton, Virginia, United States, is the oldest of NASA's field centers.

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Why Are Formal Methods Not Used More Widely. In: Holloway, Michael, and Hayhurst, Kelly (eds), Proceedings of the Fourth NASA Langley Formal Methods Workshop pp. 1– Hampton, VA: by: Changes or corrections to the Personnel Listing should be submitted on NASA Langley F "LaRe Directory Change Notice" (Rev.

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John C. Knight, Colleen L. DeJong, Matthew S. Gibble, and Luis G. Nakano. Why Are Formal Methods Not Used More Widely. In Lfm The Fourth NASA Langley Formal Methods Workshop, pages   The Colloquium Lectures at NASA Langley provide monthly lectures and demonstrations related to science and technology.

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NASA Langley Duty Officer is responsible for: (1) Adhering to the duties as indicated in LAPD“NASA Langley Duty Officer." Verify the correct revision before use by checking the LMS Web site. The focus of this workshop will be on 'blind' drag prediction accuracy; a priori experimental data will not be available for comparison.

The NASA Common Research Model transonic wing-body-tail model will be studied. A statistical framework will be used to assess the results. General Information. This workshop is open to participants worldwide. Verifying Communication Related Safety Constraints in RSML Specifications from the proceedings of the Fourth NASA Langley Formal Methods Workshop, Hampton, Virginia, September, Specification and Analysis of System Level Inter-Component Communication from proceedings of the First IEEE International Conference on Formal Engineering Methods.

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It was felt that a conventional configuration would be sufficiently challenging and relevant for aerodynamic prediction validation and the. Behavior trees are a formal, graphical modelling language used primarily in systems and software or trees employ a well-defined notation to unambiguously represent the hundreds or even thousands of natural language requirements that are typically used to express the stakeholder needs for a large-scale software-integrated system.

And then the way we explore space. And then how we study our home planet. That something was the establishment of what is now NASA Langley Research Center in Hampton, Virginia, is commemorating its th anniversary in and examines .Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App.

Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - Author: Langley Research Center.The ready availability of these methods provided much-needed data to the aeronautical industry before the development of the slotted-throat wind tunnel made transonic wind-tunnel testing possible.

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