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*From*: Andrew Helwer <andrew.helwer@xxxxxxxxx>*Date*: Wed, 18 Jan 2023 08:29:32 -0800 (PST)*References*: <2c52bdc7-3ffa-44f5-8672-368528f6b74bn@googlegroups.com> <D5F97A16-8CC2-4481-A876-8734BCF14E04@gmail.com>

I thought [A]_x means "A is an action formula over x' and x, and either A is true or x' = x" and <<A>>_x means "A is an action formula over x' and x, and x' /= x".

On Wednesday, January 18, 2023 at 11:10:30 AM UTC-5 Stephan Merz wrote:

[]<<A>>_v is not a TLA formula, I believe you meant to writeMonotonic == [][x > 0 => x' < x]_xStephanOn 18 Jan 2023, at 16:50, Andrew Helwer <andrew...@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:Given this spec:---- MODULE Test ----

EXTENDS Naturals

VARIABLE x

Init == x = 10

Next == IF x > 0 THEN x' = x - 1 ELSE UNCHANGED x

Monotonic == []<<x > 0 => x' < x>>_x

====And this model:INIT Init

NEXT Next

PROPERTY MonotonicTLC gives this error:*** Errors: 1

line 6, col 14 to line 6, col 27 of module Test

[] followed by action not of form [A]_v.Does TLC only support [][A]_v, not []<<A>>_v?--

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