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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
State space explosion is a fundamental obstacle in formal verification of designs and protocols. Several techniques for combating this problem have emerged in the past few years, among which two are significant: partial-order reductions and symbolic state space search. In asynchronous systems, interleavings of independent concurrent events are equivalent, and only a representative interleaving needs to be explored to verify local properties. Partial-order methods exploit this redundancy anddoi:10.1007/3-540-63166-6_34 fatcat:jkbrrm6nazgtjfhomoqvcy7apy