MOP 3 Linear Temporal Logic (LTL) Plugin

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This page allows one to synthesize online monitors from linear temporal logic (LTL), using the LTL plugin for MOP. The LTL plugin supports both past and future time linear temporal logic operators. The past time operators in LTL differ from those in PTLTL, however, in that the operators in PTLTL use a ``sliding time window" semantics, i.e. they are evaluated for each temporal state of a given system, while those of LTL are evaluated essentially only for the initial state (e.g., (*) X will always fail because there is no past in the initial state of a system, essentially past time operators must be nested within future time operators to be of any use). See links in the top-right box for details and syntax. Simply choose (and modify) one of the examples below from the list on the left, or write your own in the text box, then click Run. to see the result. If you want to download the source code or if you want to interact with developers, please visit JavaMOP Development Page and comments can be sent to mop@cs.uiuc.edu.

Choose an example:
  • HasNext
  • SafeEnum
  • SafeFileWriter
  • SafeIterator
  • SafeMapIterator
 

Please press the Run button once and wait; it may take a few seconds to run LTLPlugin3; the execution of LTLPlugin3 using this web interface is limited to 2 minutes of CPU time and 500 MB of RAM.

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