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cs-486:homework-0 [2020/01/11 16:55]
egm [Problems]
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 # ('''​5 points'''​) Download and install the [http://​spinroot.com SPIN model checker]. See the [[Tools]] page for some suggestions. Submit a screen shot from the command '''​spin -?'''​ # ('''​5 points'''​) Download and install the [http://​spinroot.com SPIN model checker]. See the [[Tools]] page for some suggestions. Submit a screen shot from the command '''​spin -?'''​
-# ('''​20 points'''​) Write a PROMELA model that starts no more than '''​N'''​ processes randomly where '''​N'''​ is given with a '''#​define'''​. Here the ''​init''​ process is not part of '''​N'''​. ​Write a process to start that behaves as described in each of the below variations. Run each one of the models in both simulation and verification mode. Report the number of states found for '''​N = 5'''​ in verification mode for each one. Put that in a comment block in the model.  +# ('''​20 points'''​) Write a PROMELA model that starts no more than '''​N'''​ processes randomly where '''​N'''​ is given with a '''#​define'''​. Here the ''​init''​ process is not part of '''​N'''​. ​Each of the '''​N'''​ processes ​should ​output ​its process ID in the order of creation. ​After that, each process should then output ​its process ID in reverse order of creation ​and then exit before the next process reports its ID and exitsReport ​the number of states found for '''​N ​= 5'''​ in verification mode.  
-** the '''​N'''​ processes output ​their process ID in the order of creation. +Try a variant of the previous model where the '''​N'''​ processes actually exit in the actual order of creation. Explain what happens in this variant of the model?
-** the '''​N'''​ processes ​output ​their process ID in the reverse order of creation. +
-** the '''​N''' ​processes actually exit in the reverse order of creation+
-** Try '''​N'''​ processes actually exit in the actual order of creation. Explain what happens in this variant of the model?+
  
  
  
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