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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
AbstractS. We present and analyze a probabilistic method for verification by explicit state enumeration, which improves on the "hashcompact" method of Wolper and Leroy. The hashcompact method maintains a hash table in which compressed values for states instead of full state descriptors are stored. This method saves space but allows a non-zero probability of omitting states during verification, which may cause verification to miss design errors (i.e. verification may produce "false positives").doi:10.1007/3-540-60385-9_13 fatcat:4jfj3o7orndqjgbgtkgooj3hai