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PRISM Bibliography (external)

The following is a bibliography of external PRISM-related papers. These are all published by authors who are not part of the PRISM team.

See also the lists of papers produced by the PRISM team, selected PRISM papers and the full PRISM bibliography.

If there is something we have omitted, please contact us.

382 publications:

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  • [UAU+19] Riaz Uddin, Ali S. Alghamdi, Muhammad Hammad Uddin, Ahmed Bilal Awan and Syed Atif Naseem. Ethernet-Based Fault Diagnosis and Control in Smart Grid: A Stochastic Analysis via Markovian Model Checking. Journal of Electrical Engineering & Technology. 2019. [Formally analyses the reliability of fault detection, isolation and supply restoration (FDIR), including use of PRISM.]
  • [NKI19] Ali A. Noroozi, Jaber Karimpour and Ayaz Isazadeh. Information leakage of multi-threaded programs. Computers & Electrical Engineering, 78, pages 400-419. 2019. [Presents an approach for quantitative information flow, implemented in PRISM-Leak, an extension of PRISM.]
  • [SKII19] Khayyam Salehi, Jaber Karimpour, Habib Izadkhah and Ayaz Isazadeh. Channel Capacity of Concurrent Probabilistic Programs. Entropy, 21(9). 2019. [Studies information leakage for concurrent probabilistic programs using an extension of PRISM.]
  • [AGK+19] J. Aldrich, D. Garlan, C. Kaestner, C. Le Goues, A. Mohseni-Kabir, I. Ruchkin, S. Samuel, B. Schmerl, C. S. Timperley, M. Veloso, I. Voysey, J. Biswas, A. Guha, J. Holtz, J. Camara and P. Jamshidi. Model-Based Adaptation for Robotics Software. IEEE Software, 36(2), pages 83-90, IEEE. 2019. [Summarises the Model-based Adaptation for Robotics Software (MARS) project; PRISM is used as one of the underlying solvers to verify task plans and architecture reconfigurations.]
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  • [MACD20] Nabor C. Mendonça, Carlos Mendes Aderaldo, Javier Cámara and David Garlan. Model-Based Analysis of Microservice Resiliency Patterns. In Proc. IEEE International Conference on Software Architecture (ICSA'20). 2020. [Uses PRISM to model and analyse the behaviour of two popular microservice resiliency patterns: Retry and Circuit Breaker.]
  • [RWWDV20] Nima Roohi, Yu Wang, Matthew West, Geir E. Dullerud and Mahesh Viswanathan. STMC: Statistical Model Checker with Stratified and Antithetic Sampling. In Proc. 32nd International Conference on Computer Aided Verification (CAV'20), volume 12225 of LNCS, pages 448-460, Springer. 2020. [bib] [Proposes a technique and tool for statistical model checking using antithetic and stratified sampling, built as an extension of PRISM.]
  • [PTHH20] Kittiphon Phalakarn, Toru Takisaka, Thomas Haas and Ichiro Hasuo. Widest Paths and Global Propagation in Bounded Value Iteration for Stochastic Games. In Proc. 32nd International Conference on Computer Aided Verification (CAV'20), volume 12225 of LNCS, pages 349-371, Springer. 2020. [bib] [Develops a bounded value iteration technique for accurate solution of stochastic games, implemented as an extension of PRISM-games.]
  • [TH20] Iram Tariq Bhatti and Osman Hasan. Formal Verification of a Fully Automated Out-of-Plane Cell Injection System. In Proc. 21st International Symposium on Quality Electronic Design (ISQED'20), pages 111-116. 2020. [Uses probabilistic model checking and PRISM to analyse the functional correctness and performance of a fully automated out-of-plane cell injection system.]
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  • [LP19] Alessio Lomuscio and Edoardo Pirovano. A Counter Abstraction Technique for the Verification of Probabilistic Swarm Systems. In Proc. 18th International Conference on Autonomous Agents and MultiAgent Systems (AAMAS'19), pages 161-169. 2019. [Presents techniques for verification of probabilistic swarm systems developed as an extension of PRISM.]
  • [BBH+19] Nathalie Bertrand, Benjamin Bordais, Loïc Hélouët, Thomas Mari, Julie Parreaux and Ocan Sankur. Performance Evaluation of Metro Regulations Using Probabilistic Model-Checking. In Proc. 3rd International Conference on Reliability, Safety, and Security of Railway Systems. Modelling, Analysis, Verification, and Certification (RSSRail'19), Springer. 2019. [Uses probabilistic model checking and PRISM to formally evaluate the performance of regulation algorithms in metro train lines.]
  • [KDL19] Gildas Kouko, Josée Desharnais and François Laviolette. Finite Approximation of LMPs for Exact Verification of Reachability Properties. In Proc. 16th International Conference on Quantitative Evaluation of Systems (QEST'19), volume 11785 of LNCS, pages 70-87, Springer. 2019. [Proposes techniques for approximate verification of labelled Markov processes using PRISM as an underlying solver.]
  • [EK19] Julia Eisentraut and Jan Kretinsky. Expected Cost Analysis of Attack-Defense Trees. In Proc. 16th International Conference on Quantitative Evaluation of Systems (QEST'19), volume 11785 of LNCS, pages 203-221, Springer. 2019. [bib] [Presents an approach to analysing attack-defence trees using PRISM-games for model checking stochastic games.]
  • [TAB+19] Martin Tappler, Bernhard K. Aichernig, Giovanni Bacci, Maria Eichlseder and Kim G. Larsen. L*-Based Learning of Markov Decision Processes. In Proc. 23rd International Symposium on Formal Methods (FM'19), volume 11800 of LNCS, pages 651-669, Springer. 2019. [Performs probabilistic model checking with PRISM as part of an MDP learning framework.]
  • [Mu19] Chunyan Mu. Automated Game-Theoretic Verification of Security Systems. In Proc. 16th International Conference on Quantitative Evaluation of SysTems (QEST'19), volume 11785 of LNCS, pages 239-256, Springer. 2019. [pdf] [bib] [Develops a game-theoretic approach to verifying security systems building upon PRISM.]
  • [NMMZZ19] Thakur Neupane, Chris J. Myers, Curtis Madsen, Hao Zheng and Zhen Zhang. STAMINA: STochastic Approximate Model-checker for INfinite-state Analysis. In Proc. 31st International Conference on Computer Aided Verification (CAV'19), volume 11561 of LNCS, pages 540-549, Springer. 2019. [Describes a tool for probabilistic verification of infinite-state systems, connecting to PRISM's model checking engines.]
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  • [IQV16] Paolo Izzo, Hongyang Qu and Sandor M. Veres. A stochastically verifiable autonomous control architecture with reasoning. In Proc. IEEE Conference on Decision and Control (CDC'16). 2016. [Proposes an architecture for autonomous control with underlying verification abilities provided by PRISM.]
  • [AC16] Jose Ignacio Aizpurua and Victoria M. Catterson. ADEPS: A Methodology for Designing Prognostic Applications. In Proc. 3rd European Conference of the Prognostics and Health Management Society. 2016. [Proposes ADEPS (Assisted Design for Engineering Prognostic Systems), which uses PRISM as an underlying verification tool.]
  • [KKR16] Lubos Korenciak, Antonin Kucera and Vojtech Rehak. Efficient Timeout Synthesis in Fixed-Delay CTMC Using Policy Iteration. In Proc. 24th IEEE International Symposium on Modeling, Analysis and Simulation of Computer and Telecommunication Systems (MASCOTS'16). 2016. [Proposes fixed-delay synthesis techniques on a variant of continuous-time Markov chains, implemented as an extension of PRISM.]
  • [KBC+16] Joachim Klein, Christel Baier, Philipp Chrszon, Marcus Daum, Clemens Dubslaff, Sascha Klüppelholz and Steffen Märcker, David Müller. Advances in Symbolic Probabilistic Model Checking with PRISM. In Proc. 22nd International Conference on Tools and Algorithms for the Construction and Analysis of Systems (TACAS'16), pages 349-366, Springer. 2016. [Presents a collection of extensions to PRISM, including automatic variable reordering, reward-based properties and automata improvements. ]
  • [CDKB16] Philipp Chrszon, Clemens Dubslaff, Sascha Klüppelholz and Christel Baier. Family-Based Modeling and Analysis for Probabilistic Systems - Featuring ProFeat. In Proc. 19th International Conference on Fundamental Approaches to Software Engineering (FASE'16), volume 9633 of LNCS, pages 287-304, Springer. 2016. [Proposes a formalism for modelling families of probabilistic systems with differing features and a tool for their analysis, which connects to PRISM through model translations.]
  • [SAH+16] Muhammad Usama Sardar, Nida Afaq, Khaza Anuarul Hoque, Taylor T. Johnson and Osman Hasan. Probabilistic Formal Verification of the SATS Concept of Operation. In Proc. 8th International Symposium on NASA Formal Methods (NFM'16), volume 9690 of LNCS, pages 191–205, Springer. 2016. [Presents a formal analysis of NASA's Small Aircraft Transportation System (SATS) technology using probabilistic model checking and PRISM.]
  • [PLM16] Zhaoguang Peng, Yu Lu and Alice Miller. Uncertainty Analysis of Phased Mission Systems with Probabilistic Timed Automata. In Proc. 7th IEEE International Conference on Prognostics and Health Management (PHM'16). 2016. [Analyses phased mission requirements using probabilistic timed automata and PRISM.]
  • [GDH16] Paul Gainer, Clare Dixon and Ullrich Hustadt. Probabilistic Model Checking of Ant-Based Positionless Swarming. In Proc. Towards Autonomous Robotic Systems (TAROS'16). 2016. [Uses probabilistic model checking and PRISM to study control algorithms for robot swarms.]
  • [BKdM+16] Christel Baier, Sascha Klüppelholz, Hermann de Meer, Florian Niedermeier and Sascha Wunderlich. Greener Bits: Formal Analysis of Demand Response. In Proc. 14th International Symposium on Automated Technology for Verification and Analysis (ATVA'16), pages 323-339, Springer. 2016. [Develops formal techniques for managing demand response in power generation, including a probabilistic analysis using PRISM. ]
  • [GEK16] Sotirios Gyftopoulos, Pavlos S. Efraimidis and Panagiotis Katsaros. Solving Influence Problems on the DeGroot Model with a Probabilistic Model Checking Tool. In Proc. 20th Pan-Hellenic Conference on Informatics (PCI'16). 2016. [Uses PRISM-games to analyse the DeGroot model of opinion diffusion and formation in social networks.]
  • [AH16] Mohammed Alabdullatif and Reiko Heckel. Graph Transformation Games for Negotiating Features. In Proc. Graphs as Models 2016. 2016. [Proposes a negotiation game for designing flexible business interactions, with an underlying analysis based on PRISM-games.]
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