By Thomas F. Melham, Robert B. Jones (auth.), Mark D. Aagaard, John W. O’Leary (eds.)
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We can however, quantify these variables a priori, leaving ˆ The transition relation that we get by quantifying only visible variables in R. ˆ ˜ We can even quantify invisible variables from R in the beginning is denoted by R. some of the input variables a priori in this fashion to control the total number ˜ Let Q ⊆ I ∪ I denote the set of variables to be preof variables appearing in R. quantiﬁed and let W = (I ∪I)\Q, the set of variable that are not pre-quantiﬁed. Quantiﬁcation of a large number of invisible variables in Equation 3 is computationally expensive .
K are added to the set of abstraction predicates, and the veriﬁer rerun, this particular spurious abstract counter-example will not be generated. So, we have an automatic way of discovering new abstract predicates. However it is possible to reduce the number of additional abstraction predicates. In fact it is quite likely that all of the predicates ψ1 , . . ψK are not needed to avoid the spurious counter-example. The satisﬁability of the above formula is checked after leaving out the ψ1 (x2 ) expression.
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Formal Methods in Computer-Aided Design: 4th International Conference, FMCAD 2002 Portland, OR, USA, November 6–8, 2002 Proceedings by Thomas F. Melham, Robert B. Jones (auth.), Mark D. Aagaard, John W. O’Leary (eds.)