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The ins and outs of first-order runtime verification

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Title
The ins and outs of first-order runtime verification
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Formal Methods in System Design, March 2015
DOI 10.1007/s10703-015-0227-2
Authors

Andreas Bauer, Jan-Christoph Küster, Gil Vegliach

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Student > Postgraduate 1 100%
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Computer Science 1 100%

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