International Conference on Computer-Aided Verification

July 7-10, 1999

Electronic Paper Submission Deadline: 3 Jan, 1999.

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Hardware Verification
Software Verification
Microprocessor Verification
Reactive Systems
Real-Time Systems
Hybrid Systems
Communication Protocols
Security Protocols
Infinite State Systems
Probabilistic Processes
Numerical Properties
Parameterized Systems
Theorem Proving
State Space Explosion
Symbolic Model Checking
Decision Diagrams
Partial Orders
Compositional Verification
Induction Principles
Process Algebra
Mobile Processes
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