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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Model checking is applied for verification of concurrent systems by users having different skills and background. This ranges from researchers with detailed knowledge of the inner workings of the tools to engineers that are mostly interested in applying the technology as a black-box. This paper proposes JoSEL, a graphical language for specification of executable model checking jobs. JoSEL makes it possible to work at different levels of abstraction when interacting with the underlyingdoi:10.1007/978-3-642-29072-5_12 fatcat:diht3q2wibaqhkctl77jqnkh5m