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Following our post « Event-B to demonstrate metro safety in New York« , a presentation of the final results of the project have been presented in Paris on June 26th.
Several software verification competitions have been organized last years, Some problems from these competitions have been selected and solved using the B method. For each of these problems, are provided a B model archive, a report and source code.with different objectives and … Continuer la lecture
Atelier B 4.1 supports three different kinds of projects: software project: using B language, aimed at producing C or Ada code. system level project: using Event-B language, aimed at producing evidences that a system level specification is sound and at … Continuer la lecture
At the occasion of the forthcoming Atelier B 4.1 release, a map referencing the open-source projects is published. All the open-source tools are hosted on Sourceforge facilities.
BWare, a new research project related to the B method has started in September 2012. It is funded for a period of 4 years by the programme « Ingénierie Numérique & Sécurité » of the French national agency ANR. This project is aimed at providing … Continuer la lecture
With the forcoming Atelier B 4.1 Community Edition (to be released in September 2012), the Bug Status section has been updated.
The New York City Transit authority (NYCT) decided to include formal proofs at system level as part of the safety assessment for the New York City subway Line 7 (Flushing) modernization project. Event-B and Atelier B are used to complete the … Continuer la lecture
The Journées sur la Fiabilité du Logiciel organized on June 14-15, 2012 by the Initiative de Recherche et Innovation sur le Logiciel Libre and the Groupe Thématique Logiciel Libre du pôle System@tic adress validation, certification, proof and code analysis. At this occasion, … Continuer la lecture
In 2011, Why3 proof tool-chain has been plugged into Atelier B, in order to transform Proof Obligations generated by Atelier B into Why3 verification conditions. Those verification conditions can then be checked with several automatic provers (Alt-Ergo, CVC3 and Z3). Overall, the … Continuer la lecture