University of Minnesota
Software Engineering Center

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Matthew Dwyer

Recent Publications

The Hidden Models of Model Checking

In the past, applying formal analysis, such as model checking, to industrial problems required a team of formal methods experts and a great deal of effort. Model checking has become popular, because model checkers have evolved to allow domain-experts, who lack model checking expertise, to analyze their systems. What made this shift possible and what roles did models play in this? That is the main question we consider here.