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Communication protocols are rules whereby meaningful communication can be exchanged between different communicating entities. In general, they are complex and difficult to design and implement. Specifications of communication protocols written in a natural language (e.g. English) can be unclear or ambiguous, and may be subject to different interpretations. As a result, independent implementations of the same protocol may be incompatible. In addition, the complexity of protocols make them very hard to analyze in an informal way. There is, therefore, a need for precise and unambiguous specification using some formal languages. Many protocol implementations used in the field have almost suffered from failures, such as deadlocks. When the conditions in which the protocols work correctly have been changed, there has been no general method available for determining how they will work under the new conditions. It is necessary for protocol designers to have techniques and tools to detect errors in the early phase of design, because the later in the process that a fault is discovered, the greater the cost of rectifying it. Protocol verification is a process of checking whether the interactions of protocol entities, according to the protocol specification, do indeed satisfy certain properties or conditions which may be either general (e.g., absence of deadlock) or specific to the particular protocol system directly derived from the specification. In the 80s, an ISO (International Organization for Standardization) working group began a programme of work to develop formal languages which were suitable for Open Systems Interconnection (OSI). This group called such languages Formal Description Techniques (FDTs). Some of the objectives of ISO in developing FDTs were: enabling unambiguous, clear and precise descriptions of OSI protocol standards to be written, and allowing such specifications to be verified for correctness. There are two FDTs standardized by ISO: LOTOS and Estelle. Communication Protocol Specification and Verification is written to address the two issues discussed above: the needs to specify a protocol using an FDT and to verify its correctness in order to uncover specification errors in the early stage of a protocol development process. The readership primarily consists of advanced undergraduate students, postgraduate students, communication software developers, telecommunication engineers, EDP managers, researchers and software engineers. It is intended as an advanced undergraduate or postgraduate textbook, and a reference for communication protocol professionals.
|Statement||by Richard Lai, Ajin Jirachiefpattana|
|Series||The Springer International Series in Engineering and Computer Science -- 464, International series in engineering and computer science -- 464.|
|The Physical Object|
|Format||[electronic resource] /|
|Pagination||1 online resource (xxiii, 304 pages).|
|Number of Pages||304|
|ISBN 10||1461375371, 1461555493|
|ISBN 10||9781461375371, 9781461555490|
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The PROTEAN protocol emulation and analysis computer aid is presented. It is based on a formal specification technique called numerical Petri nets (NPNs), PROTEAN: a high-level Petri net tool for the specification and verification of communication protocols - IEEE Journals & MagazineCited by: Formal Methods for Communication Protocol Specification and Verification Author: Carl A. Sunshine Subject: Increasingly numerous and complex communication protocols are being employed in distributed systems and computer networks of all types.
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Communication Protocol Specification and Verification is written to address the two issues discussed above: the needs to specify a protocol using an FDT and to verify its correctness in order to uncover specification errors in the early stage of a protocol development process.
The readership primarily consists of advanced undergraduate students, postgraduate students, communication software. This volume presents the latest research worldwide on communications protocols, emphasizing specification and compliance testing. It presents the complete proceedings of Communication Protocol Specification and Verification book fifteenth meeting on `Protocol Specification, Testing and Verification' arranged by the International Federation for.
Purchase Protocol Specification, Testing and Verification, XII, Volume 8 - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBNBook Edition: 1. For more than a decade, researchers and engineers have been addressing the problem of the application of formal description techniques to protocol specification, implementation, testing and verification.
This book identifies the many successes that have been achieved within the industrial framework and the difficulties encountered in applying theoretical methods to practical situations. It is becoming increasingly important that communication protocols be formally specified and verified.
This report describes a particular approach--the state transition model--using a collection of mechanically supported specification nd verification tools incorporated in a running system called Affirm.
Although developed for the specification of abstract data types and the verification of Cited by: Communication protocols are rules whereby meaningful communication can be exchanged between different communicating entities. In general, they are complex and difficult to design and implement.
Specifications of communication protocols written in a natural language (e.g. English) can be unclear or ambiguous, and may be subject to different interpretations.
As a result, independent Book Edition: -iii- PREFACE This is the final report on a Rand study of methods for specifying and verifying computer communication protocols.
The study, which was jointly sponsored by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency and the National Bureau of Standards, was a Cited by: To date, most protocol verification methods are intended for the analysis of asynchronous communication over point-to-point channels.
We present a model for broadcast bus networks. The novel features of our model include the ability to specify broadcast channels and the specification of. About this book. Introduction. Formal Description Techniques and Protocol Specification, Testing and Verification addresses formal description techniques (FDTs) applicable to distributed systems and communication protocols.
It aims to present the state of the art in theory, application, tools and industrialization of FDTs. Protocol Specification and Verification.
In the s, we observed that a data link (or transport layer) protocol typically performs multiple functions. This observation led us to ask some fundamental questions, such as: What is meant by protocol A being an abstraction of protocol B.
(b) Protocol design validation: The protocol specification must be checked (1) for logical consistency, (2) to provide the requested communication service, and (3) to provide it with acceptable efficiency.
CHAPTER 8 Verification of Communication Protocols INTRODUCTION Communication protocols are intended to provide reliable communications over unreliable communication channels.
In particular, we will be concerned with point-to-point unidirectional communication - Selection from Verification of Systems and Circuits Using LOTOS, Petri Nets, and CCS [Book]. Communication Protocol Specification and Verification is written to address the two issues discussed above: the needs to specify a protocol using an FDT and to verify its correctness in order to uncover specification errors in the early stage of a protocol development process.
The Communication Protocol outlines the types of information to be communicated to the organization, as well as identifying the person(s) responsible for communicating particular topics. In addition, the audience, frequency, and suggested communication vehicles are also outlined.
Section 1, Introduction, presents an overview of communication protocols supported by Control Builder, and the main criteria for selection. The remaining sections describe the MMS protocol, IAC, and other communication protocols supported, and well as modem co mmunication. Protocol verification is a process of checking whether the interactions of protocol entities, according to the protocol specification, do indeed satisfy certain properties or conditions which may Read more.
Communication protocols are rules whereby meaningful communication can be exchanged between different communicating entities. In general, they are complex and difficult to design and implement. Specifications of communication protocols written in a natural language (e.g.
English) can be unclear or ambiguous, and may be subject to different interpretations. Incorporated changes described in the following Specification Updates: Specification Bulletin No.
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CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): The automatic analysis of cryptographic protocols by using formal methods on concurrent languages is a subject widely treated in the literature.
From its beginning in the decade of the 70s, the field has been gaining maturity and consolidation. Some declarative approaches based on CLP, Haskell or Maude have been. DLMS User Association, DLMS/COSEM Architecture and Protocols, Excert ffrom Edition DLMS User Association EXCERPT DLMS UA Ed.
Bus communication protocol for remote reading and writing: Formal specification and verification Abstract: In the context of computer-integrated manufacturing, communication protocols are being developed for remote sensor reading and remote actuator writing.
A formal description technique that is used to specify a fieldbus protocol is introduced.SOC Bus Protocols What is SOC and what are SOC Bus protocols? An SOC (System on Chip) design of modern times consists of high level of integration of several design components (also known as IP -Intellectual property) which is possible with the shrinking process technologies.
In other words, a SOC is truly an IC that SOC Bus Protocols Read More».Protocol Engine compiles with High Speed USB specification with a transfer rate of Mbps. The protocol engine also meets UTMI specification, generating control signals for UTMI transceiver interface according to the FSM states.
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