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[tlaplus] Re: Ideas for model-checking probabilistic consensus systems?
Per Hillel's post on PRISM (https://www.hillelwayne.com/post/prism/) it doesn't do sets/tuples/etc., you have to hardcode every element in the model; are there other modeling languages which don't have this restriction?
On Tuesday, August 13, 2019 at 7:05:18 PM UTC-7, Kai wrote:
Rather than waiting for a non-trivial extension to TLA and the toolbox, you may want to explore existing tools that target probabilistic systems, e.g., PRISM
. The literature on it should have poiters to formalisms and tools in the area.
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