peace yes 24th IFIP WG 6.1 International Conference on
Formal Techniques for Networked and
Distributed Systems FORTE 2004
27-30 September, 2004, Madrid, Spain

Preliminary Programme

Registration Desk

Scheduling overview for FORTE 2004

Monday
September 27th
Tuesday
September 28th
Wednesday
September 29th
Thursday
September 30th

Tutorials I-II

Tutorial I: Roberto Gorrieri

Tutorial II: Farn Wang

Conference Opening Invited Talk
Tommaso Bolognesi
Invited Talk
Juan Quemada
Invited Talk
Martin Abadi
Coffee Break

Tutorials II-I

Tutorial I: Roberto Gorrieri.

Tutorial II: Farn Wang

Session II
Automata at Work
Session V
Verification I
Session VIII
Verification II
Conference Closing
Lunch
Session I
FDL at Work
Session III
Testing
Session VI
Petri Nets
Transfer to Toledo
for colocated workshops
Guided Tour Coffee Break
Session IV
Formal Methods for Distributed Systems
Session VII
Work in Progress
PC Meeting/Dinner Conference Dinner

Monday, September 27th

09:30
Tutorial I & II

Tutorial I: Roberto Gorrieri. Foundations of Security Analysis and Design

Tutorial II: Farn Wang. Symbolic Techniques for the verification of real-time and embedded systems with BDD-like data structures

11:00
Coffee break
11:30
Tutorial II & I
13:00
Lunch
14:30

Application of FDL

Parameterized Models for Distributed Java Objects. Eric Madelaine, Rabéa Boulifa, Tomas Barros - INRIA.

Towards the Harmonisation of UML and SDL. Rüdiger Grammes, Reinhard Gotzhein - Technical University of Kaiserslautern.

Localizing Program Errors for Cimple Debugging. Samik Basu - Iowa State University; Diptikalyan Saha, Scott Smolka - State University of New York at Stony Brook.

16:30
Guided walking tour through City center and Reception at the City hall.

Tuesday, September 28th

9:30
Opening
10:00
A Logical Account of NGSCB. Invited speaker: Martin Abadi.
11:00
Coffee break
11.30

Application of Automata

Formal Verfication of a Practical Lock-Free Queue Algorithm. Simon Doherty, Lindsay Groves - Victoria University of Wellington; Victor Luchangco, Mark Moir - Sun Microsystems Laboratories.

Formal Verification of Web Applications Modeled by Communicating Automata. May Haydar, Alexandre Petrenko - CRIM, Centre de recherche informatique de Montréal; Houari Sahraoui - Université de Montréal.

Towards Design Recovery from Observations. Hasan Ural - University Of Ottawa, Husnu Yenigun - Sabanci University.

13:00
Lunch
14.30

Testing Session

Network Protocol System Passive Testing for Fault Management - a Backward Checking Approach. Baptiste Alcalde, Ana Cavalli, Davy Khuu - GET-INT; Dongluo Chen - Tsinghua University, David Lee - Bell Labs Research.

Connectivity Testing through Model-Checking. Jens Chr. Godskesen - Center of Embedded Software Systems and IT-University; Brian Nielsen, Arne Skou - Center of Embedded Software Systems.

Fault Propagation by Equation Solving. Khaled El-Fakih - American University of Sharjah, Nina Yevtushenko - Tomsk State University.

16:00
Coffee break
16.30

Distributed Systems Session.

Automatic Generation of the Run-Time Test Oracles for Distributed Real-Time Systems. Xin Wang, Ji Wang, ZhiChang Qi - National Laboratory for Parallel and Distributed Processing.

Formal Composition of Distributed Scenario. Aziz Salah - Univ of Quebec at Montreal; Rabeb Mizouni, Rachida Dssouli - Concordia Univ.

Conditions for Resolving Observability Problems in Distributed Testing. Jessica Chen - School of Computer Science, University of Windsor; Robert Hierons - Brunel University, Hasan Ural - University of Ottawa.

18:30
PC Meeting
20:30
PC dinner

Wednesday, September 29th

10:00
Composing Event Constraints in State-Based Specification. Invited speaker: Tommaso Bolognesi.
11:00
Coffee break
11.30

Verification Session

Integrating Formal Verification with Murphi of Distributed Cache Coherence Protocols in FAME Multiprocessor System Design. Ghassan Chehaibar - Bull, Platforms Hardware R∧D.

Witness and Counterexample Automata for ACTL. Robert Meolic - University of Maribor, Alessandro Fantechi - DSI - Univ. di Firenze, Stefania Gnesi - ISTI - CNR.

A Symbolic Symbolic State-Space Representation. Yann Thierry-Mieg, Jean-Michel Ilié, Denis Poitrenaud - Laboratoire d'Informatique de Paris 6.

13:00
Lunch
14.30

Petri Nets Session

Introducing the iteration in sPBC. Hermenegilda Macia, Valentin Valero, Diego Cazorla, Fernando Cuartero - Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha.

Petri net semantics of the finite pi-calculus. Raymond Devillers - Université Libre de Bruxelles, Hanna Klaudel - Université d'Évry, Maciej Koutny - University of Newcastle upon Tyne.

Symbolic Diagnosis of Partially Observable Concurrent Systems. Thomas CHATAIN, Claude JARD - IRISA/ENS Cachan.

16:00
Coffee break
16.30

Work in progress Session.

Systematic Functional Design of an XML Editor. Hannes Verlinde, Raymond Boute - Ghent University

A Framework for Time in FDTs. Susanne Graf - Verimag, Andreas Prinz - Agder University College

Automated Verification of Features with Situation Calculus. Pascal Urso, Pierre-Yves Schobbens - Facultés Universitaires Notre-Dame de la Paix

A Methodology for Policy Conflict Detection Using Model Checking Techniques. Peter H. Deussen, Ina Schieferdecker, - Fraunhofer Research Institute, Hiroaki Kamoda - NTT Data Corporation

Generating Interoperability Test Cases from Conformance Test Case Generation Tools. Ismail Berrada, Richard Castanet, Patrick Félix, Ousmane Koné - Université Bordeaux 1

21:00
Conference dinner

Thursday, September 30th

10:00
Formal Description Techniques and Software Engineering: Some Reflections after 2 Decades of Research. Invited speaker: Juan Quemada.
11:00
Coffee Break
11.30

Verification Session

Automatized verification of ad hoc routing protocols. Oskar Wibling, Joachim Parrow, Arnold Pears - Uppsala University.

A Temporal Logic Based Framework for Intrusion Detection. Prasad Naldurg, Koushik Sen, Prasanna Thati - University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign.

12:30
Closing of the Conference
13:00
Lunch
15:00

Transfer to Toledo (Colocated workshops).

Luis Fernando Llana Díaz

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