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[tlaplus] Checking Inductiveness with TLAPS
- From: Willy Schultz <will62794@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 8 Jun 2021 09:54:01 -0700 (PDT)
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Is it theoretically possible to use TLAPS to check an inductive invariant over an unbounded domain? That is, can I ask TLAPS to try proving Ind /\ Next => Ind' without any help? I know that, in general, the problem may be too hard for TLAPS (i.e. the backend solver) to handle on its own, but I am curious if this may be feasible for simple inductive invariants. I could also try Apalache , but my understanding was that it still only works over finite (i.e. bounded) domains.
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