A Metric for Linear Temporal Logic
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A Metric for Linear Temporal Logic

  • Author(s): Romeo, Íñigo Íncer
  • Lohstroh, Marten
  • Iannopollo, Antonio
  • Lee, Edward A
  • Sangiovanni-Vincentelli, Alberto
  • et al.
Abstract

We propose a measure and a metric on the sets of infinite traces generated by a set of atomic propositions. To compute these quantities, we first map properties to subsets of the real numbers and then take the Lebesgue measure of the resulting sets. We analyze how this measure is computed for Linear Temporal Logic (LTL) formulas. An implementation for computing the measure of bounded LTL properties is provided and explained. This implementation leverages SAT model counting and effects independence checks on subexpressions to compute the measure and metric compositionally.

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