CPSWeek 2014, Berlin, Germany, April 14, 2014
While progress in the verification of continuous and hybrid systems has lead to academic tools and algorithms that can handle systems of considerable complexity, the transition to industrial applications is challenging. The workshop on applied verification for continuous and hybrid systems (ARCH) aims at bringing together researchers and practitioners, and to establish a curated set of benchmarks submitted by academia and industry.
Verification of continuous and hybrid systems is increasing in importance due to new cyber-physical systems that are safety- or operational-critical. This workshop addresses verification techniques for continuous and hybrid systems with a special focus on the transfer from theory to practice. Topics include, but are not limited to
- Reachability analysis and theorem proving
- Tools and tool demos
- Benchmark problems and experience reports
- Certification requirements for typical systems
- Open issues for industrial success
Accepted benchmarks and extended abstracts will be published on the CPS-VO website, which features versioning, comments etc., so that benchmarks can be maintained and evolve over time. Researchers are welcome to submit examples, tools and benchmarks that have already appeared in brief form, but whose details were omitted from the prior publication. The online benchmark repository allows researchers to freely include modeling details, parameters, simulation results, etc.