Proceedings of the 21st ACM/IEEE International Conference on Model Driven Engineering Languages and Systems: Companion Proceedings, pp. 150–155
October 2018 · doi: 10.1145/3270112.3275334
The problem of integrating an existing formal verification tool in a given software specification tool arises repeatedly both in industry and academia. At present this task is executed in an ad-hoc manner and is time consuming. Moreover, interpreting the results of the verification to locate and fix the bug (by the human user) is implicitly complicated, hence, time consuming. In this work we draft a solution for reducing the complexity of these tasks and aim at reducing the time required to complete them. We sketch a framework formalizing the concepts required to execute these tasks in a modular fashion and implement a solution based on domain specific languages (DSLs) and parameterizable model transformations. We expect that the modularity of our framework will raise its potential to be reused. We plan on evaluating this work on a set of modeling environments and a set of verification tools.