This is TChecker, an open-source model-checker for timed systems. TChecker is written in C++17 and provides a library of classes to describe timed systems, to compute the corresponding timed automata, to compute its semantics, as well as symbolic representations and algorithms to check requirements over timed systems. It also comes with tools to run these algorithms from the command line.
TChecker originates and is still lead by academic research on the verification of timed systems. It is intended to serve as a plateform to experiment new data structures and algorithms for the verification and the synthesis of timed systems. The goal of the project is to implement state-of-the-art algorithms as well as benchmarks to evaluate these algorithms, and to share then with the community.
Please, refer to Installation of TChecker or to file INSTALL.md in the repository.
Please, refer to Using TChecker or to file doc/usage.md in the repository.
The authors of the project are credited in the file AUTHORS in the repository.
TChecker is published under the MIT license reproduced below (and in the file LICENSE in the repository).
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