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In the verification of multitask software in embedded systems, general purpose model checkers do not inherently consider characteristics of the real time operating system, such as priority-based scheduling, priority inversion, and protocols for protecting shared memory resources. Since explicit-state model checkers generally explore all possible execution paths and task interleaving, this could potentially lead to exploring execution paths that are redundant, unnecessarily increasingdoi:10.1109/prdc.2011.49 dblp:conf/prdc/McKelvinGH11 fatcat:zqfydndzdvff7lue5ozyv7f5si