question_answer Q: 1. Given the state-transition graph (Kripke Structure) below, which of these properties hold? • (AX…A: Click to see the answer


1. Given the state-transition graph (Kripke Structure) below, which of these properties hold?
• (AX f1)(s0)
• (EG f2)(s2)
• A [b1 U f1] (s3)
• AG (b1 ⇒ AF f1)
• AG (f1 ∨ f2)

The intention of these class activities is to encourage you to think of testing in a more rigorous way than
you may be used to. These exercises also hint at the importance of model checking.
Please submit an image of your responses to Balckboard under class activity 12.
1. Given the state-transition graph (Kripke Structure) below, which of these properties hold?
(AX f1)(s0)
(EG f2)(s2)
A [b1 U f1] (s3)
• AG (b1 = AF f1)
AG (f1 V f2)
So
S1
S3
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Transcribed Image Text:The intention of these class activities is to encourage you to think of testing in a more rigorous way than
you may be used to. These exercises also hint at the importance of model checking.
Please submit an image of your responses to Balckboard under class activity 12.
1. Given the state-transition graph (Kripke Structure) below, which of these properties hold?
(AX f1)(s0)
(EG f2)(s2)
A [b1 U f1] (s3)
• AG (b1 = AF f1)
AG (f1 V f2)
So
S1
S3
question_answer Q: 1. Given the state-transition graph (Kripke Structure) below, which of these properties hold? • (AX…A: Click to see the answer


1. Given the state-transition graph (Kripke Structure) below, which of these properties hold?
• (AX f1)(s0)
• (EG f2)(s2)
• A [b1 U f1] (s3)
• AG (b1 ⇒ AF f1)
• AG (f1 ∨ f2)

The intention of these class activities is to encourage you to think of testing in a more rigorous way than
you may be used to. These exercises also hint at the importance of model checking.
Please submit an image of your responses to Balckboard under class activity 12.
1. Given the state-transition graph (Kripke Structure) below, which of these properties hold?
(AX f1)(s0)
(EG f2)(s2)
A [b1 U f1] (s3)
• AG (b1 = AF f1)
AG (f1 V f2)
So
S1
S3
expand button
Transcribed Image Text:The intention of these class activities is to encourage you to think of testing in a more rigorous way than
you may be used to. These exercises also hint at the importance of model checking.
Please submit an image of your responses to Balckboard under class activity 12.
1. Given the state-transition graph (Kripke Structure) below, which of these properties hold?
(AX f1)(s0)
(EG f2)(s2)
A [b1 U f1] (s3)
• AG (b1 = AF f1)
AG (f1 V f2)
So
S1
S3

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