# Questions tagged [temporal-logic]

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### Reasoning about resources: “resource logics”?

Are there extensions of predicate logic which focus on resource models, possibly even in actor models? And if so, would it be possible to reason on a meta-level on how many resources should be ...
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### How do you correctly write this sentence as a CTL formula?

Sentence: From every reachable state it is possible to reach a state where $p$ is true. How do you write this sentence as a CTL formula? So far I only dealt with CTL syntax and trees but maybe it ...
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### distinguishing between CTL* formulas $A[FG p]$ and $AFAG p$ using transition system

It is to show, using a transition system, that the two formulas $A[FG p]$ and $AFAG p$ are not equivalent. For me, it seems strange that they are not equivalent. As the first one says that any ...
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### Linear Temporal Logic (LTL) Syntax Infinitely Often

I'm a little confused about some LTL syntax. When the Global and Future operator (GFx) or []<>x is used, what does it mean. In the lecture slides it is given as infinitely often. But I don't ...
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### Writing LTL formula for sequencing with coordination

Suppose there are 2 workers w1 and w2 who can cool a hot iron. So if iron is hot (denoted by atomic proposition ...
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### How to graph search a LTL-generated Buchi automaton to generate valid execution paths

I have a set of tasks, and a LTL specification that describes which orders of the tasks are legal. I want to find a way to enumerate all permutations of the tasks that meet the specification. For ...
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### Difference between equivalence and implication

In terms of CTL formulae, what is the difference between equivalence and implication? (prop = some proposition, && = conjunction, AG = CTL syntax for "globally holds") E.g. AG (prop1 &&...
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### Determining set of states that satisfy a CTL formulae

I'm trying to understand CTL formulae, and until now I've understood everything (or at least I thought I did). I have the following Kripke strucure: Now given the following CTL formulae ...
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### Until quantifier of Computation Tree Logic

It's quite a short question: Refering to this Wikipedia article p U q means, that p has to hold at least until at some point <...