Proceedings Second Workshop on Formal Methods for Autonomous Systems

Matt Luckcuck
(University of Manchester, UK)
Marie Farrell
(University of Manchester, UK)

Autonomous systems are highly complex and present unique challenges for the application of formal methods. Autonomous systems act without human intervention, and are often embedded in a robotic system, so that they can interact with the real world. As such, they exhibit the properties of safety-critical, cyber-physical, hybrid, and real-time systems.

The goal of FMAS is to bring together leading researchers who are tackling the unique challenges of autonomous systems using formal methods, to present recent and ongoing work. We are interested in the use of formal methods to specify, model, or verify autonomous or robotic systems; in whole or in part. We are also interested in successful industrial applications and potential future directions for this emerging application of formal methods.

Matt Luckcuck and Marie Farrell: Proceedings Second Workshop on Formal Methods for Autonomous Systems (FMAS 2020), Virtual, 7th of December 2020, Electronic Proceedings in Theoretical Computer Science 329.
Published: 3rd December 2020.

ArXived at: http://dx.doi.org/10.4204/EPTCS.329 bibtex PDF

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