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In early moments of computer systems development, computer engineers typically draw interaction diagrams, occasionally annotated with timing constraints, to reason about the specification of the system behavior. One of the most popular of these diagrams is the Message Sequence Chart (MSC). However, not always does the intended behavior described by MSCs correspond to their actual behavior. To help the formal verification of their actual behavior, i.e. their temporal properties, this paperdoi:10.1016/j.entcs.2005.03.012 fatcat:vxxzglwxujadnfob2nphvxf7di