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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Timed automata as acceptors of languages of finite timed words form a very useful framework for the verification of safety properties of real-time systems. Many of the classical automata-theoretic decision problems are undecidable for timed automata, for instance the inclusion or the universality problem. In this paper we consider restrictions of these problems: universality for deterministic timed automata and inclusion of a nondeterministic one by a deterministic one. We then advocate the usedoi:10.1007/978-3-642-24310-3_13 fatcat:e2jrjjlzkbecfihih7xlnttjya