By Tahir Aliyev Azeroglu, Promarz M. Tamrazov

ISBN-10: 9812705988

ISBN-13: 9789812705983

This quantity gathers the contributions from top-notch mathematicians similar to Samuel Krushkal, Reiner Kuhnau, Chung Chun Yang, Vladimir Miklyukov and others. it's going to aid researchers resolve difficulties on complicated research and power conception and discusses a number of purposes in engineering. The contributions additionally replace the reader on contemporary advancements within the box.

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We present a new numerical abstract domain. This domain automatically detects and proves bounds on the values of program variables. For that purpose, it relates variable values to a clock counter. More precisely, it bounds these values with the i-th iterate of the function [X → α×X +β] applied on M , where i denotes the clock counter and the ﬂoating-point numbers α, β, and M are discovered by the analysis. Such properties are especially useful to analyze loops in which a variable is iteratively assigned with a barycentric mean of the values that were associated with the same variable at some previous iterations.

Finally, z(x) z(x) contains all monomials in x appearing in p(x) and so ∀x : p(x) − q(x) ≥ 0 can be expressed in the form ∀x : z(x) M z(x) ≥ 0 where M is a square symmetric matrix depending upon the coeﬃcients of p(x) and the unknowns in Q. By letting X be z(x), the problem can be relaxed into the feasibility of ∀X : X M X which can be expressed as a semideﬁnite problem. If the problem is feasible, then the solution provides the value of Q whence a proof that p(x) is positive. The method is implemented by sostool [30] under Matlab r .

Let a, b be two canonical elements. Then a b iﬀ for each i, ai ≤ bi . Proof. This follows directly from the two claims above, using the fact that a b iﬀ a b ∼ b, along with the property that if two canonical forms are equivalent then they are identical. 2 Analysis Algorithm Traditionally forward propagation is performed entirely in the abstract domain until convergence, and the resulting ﬁxed point is concretized. Our analysis algorithm performs the analysis in multiple abstract domains: one domain per Scalable Analysis of Linear Systems Using Mathematical Programming 35 program location.

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