## Myrthe Spronck: Fairness Assumptions in the Modal mu-Calculus

The modal μ-calculus is a highly expressive logic, but its formulae are often hard to understand. We have tools for testing if a model satisfies a model μ-calculus formula, but if we are unsure of what the formula expresses we cannot draw definite conclusions from the results. To mitigate the difficulties in designing μ-calculus formulae, *…continue reading*

## Anton Wijs: The Hitchhiking Algorithm for Massively Parallel LTL Model Checking

Efficient algorithms have been developed to model check LTL formulae on-the-fly, such as the well-known Nested Depth-First Search, which uses a depth-first search (DFS) strategy. However, in some settings, such as when considering distributed model checking on a cluster, or many-core model checking using a Graphics Processing Unit (GPU), Breadth-First Search (BFS) is a more *…continue reading*