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One of the most distinctive features of [[MOP]] is its generality w.r.t. logical formalisms. Specifically, [[MOP]] supports an extensible logic framework, allowing the user to add her/his favorite or domain-specific specification formalisms via '''''logic plugins''''', which implement monitor synthesis algorithms for corresponding logical formalisms. Presently, we have implemented logic plugins for the following specification formalisms; please follow the links for more details of these logic plugins and also to ''try them online''.
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One of the most distinctive features of [[MOP]] is its generality w.r.t. logical formalisms. Specifically, [[MOP]] supports an extensible logic framework, allowing the user to add her/his favorite or domain-specific specification formalisms via '''''logic plugins''''', which implement monitor synthesis algorithms for corresponding logical formalisms. Every logic plugin is composed of two components, namely, a '''''logic engine''''' and a '''''language shell'''''.  The former generates monitoring code (in the form of some seudo-code) from a given specification, while the latter then translates the monitoring code into a specific programming language, e.g., Java.  This page lists the logic engines presently developed for MOP; the corresponding logic plugins (logic engines wrapped by language shells) for Java can be found [JavaMOP Logic Plugin Repository | here].
  
 
* [[Special:JavaMOPEREOnline | Extended Regular Expression Online Interface]] (ERE)
 
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Currently, we only accept new logic plugins via emails. To submit a new logic plugin, please pack the whole plugin as one file and send it to fsl AT cs.uiuc.edu. A detailed Readme file is highly recommanded. After the plugin is tested, we will publish it in our repository.
 
Currently, we only accept new logic plugins via emails. To submit a new logic plugin, please pack the whole plugin as one file and send it to fsl AT cs.uiuc.edu. A detailed Readme file is highly recommanded. After the plugin is tested, we will publish it in our repository.
  
  Related Projects: [[Monitoring-Oriented Programming]]; [[JavaMOP]]
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  Related Projects: [[Monitoring-Oriented Programming]]; [[JavaMOP]]; [[JavaMOP Logic Plugin Repository]]

Revision as of 20:41, 15 March 2008

One of the most distinctive features of MOP is its generality w.r.t. logical formalisms. Specifically, MOP supports an extensible logic framework, allowing the user to add her/his favorite or domain-specific specification formalisms via logic plugins, which implement monitor synthesis algorithms for corresponding logical formalisms. Every logic plugin is composed of two components, namely, a logic engine and a language shell. The former generates monitoring code (in the form of some seudo-code) from a given specification, while the latter then translates the monitoring code into a specific programming language, e.g., Java. This page lists the logic engines presently developed for MOP; the corresponding logic plugins (logic engines wrapped by language shells) for Java can be found [JavaMOP Logic Plugin Repository | here].

Send us Your Logic!

Currently, we only accept new logic plugins via emails. To submit a new logic plugin, please pack the whole plugin as one file and send it to fsl AT cs.uiuc.edu. A detailed Readme file is highly recommanded. After the plugin is tested, we will publish it in our repository.

Related Projects: Monitoring-Oriented Programming; JavaMOP; JavaMOP Logic Plugin Repository
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