Thou Shalt is not You Will

Supervisor
Guido Governatori - Queensland University of Technology, Australia
Date and time
Thursday, October 10, 2013 at 2:30 PM - 2:45 p.m rinfresco; 2:30 p.m inizio seminario
Place
Ca' Vignal 2, Floor terra, Lecture Hall Gino Tessari
Programme Director
Francesco Olivieri
External reference
Publication date
October 6, 2013
Department
Computer Science  

Summary

 

´╗┐Temporal logic has been successfully used for the verification of software and hardware. Business Process Compliance can be seen as special form of verification where the formal specifications for a process are verified again formal specifications for the norms.  Temporal logics have been advanced as a tool for this type of verification as well. In the first part of the presentation we propose an abstract semantics for the normative requirements. In the second part we investigate the suitability of temporal logic to model compliance, and we point out some shortcomings. 
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