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 +This paper presents a Live Sequence Chart (LSC) to automata transformation algorithm that enables the verification of communication protocol implementations. Using this LSC to automata transformation a communication protocol ​
 +implementation can be verified using a single verification run as opposed to previous techniques that rely on a three stage verification approach. The novelty and simplicity of the transformation algorithm lies in its placement of accept states in 
 +the automata generated from the LSC. We present in detail an example of the transformation as well as the transformation algorithm. Further, we present a detailed analysis and an empirical study comparing the verification strategy to earlier work 
 +to show the benefits of the improved transformation algorithm.
 +===Full Paper and Presentation===
 +[http://​students.cs.byu.edu/​~egm/​pubs/​conference/​kumar-gtvmt08.pdf Pdf version]
 +[http://​students.cs.byu.edu/​~egm/​pubs/​conference/​kumar-gtvmt08-p.pdf Conference Slides]
 +R. Kumar and E. G. Mercer. "​Improving Live Sequence Chart to Automata Translation for Verification,"​ Seventh International Workshop on Graph Transformation and Visual Modeling Techniques (GT-VMT'​08),​ Budapest, Hungary, pp. 51 - 64, March 2008.
 +  @conference{kumar2007itl,​
 +  title={Improving translation of live sequence charts to temporal logic},
 +  author={Kumar,​ R. and Mercer, E. and Bunker, A.},
 +  booktitle={Proc. of the 7th Int. Conf. on Automated Verification of Critical Systems (AVoCS07)},
 +  pages={183--197},​
 +  year={2007}
 +  }
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