Performance Heuristics for GR(1) Synthesis and Related Algorithms

Elizabeth Firman
(Tel Aviv University)
Shahar Maoz
(Tel Aviv University)
Jan Oliver Ringert
(Tel Aviv University)

Reactive synthesis for the GR(1) fragment of LTL has been implemented and studied in many works. In this workshop paper we present and evaluate a list of heuristics to potentially reduce running times for GR(1) synthesis and related algorithms. The list includes early detection of fixed-points and unrealizability, fixed-point recycling, and heuristics for unrealizable core computations. We evaluate the presented heuristics on SYNTECH15, a total of 78 specifications of 6 autonomous Lego robots, written by 3rd year undergraduate computer science students in a project class we have taught, as well as on several benchmarks from the literature. The evaluation investigates not only the potential of the suggested heuristics to improve computation times, but also the difference between existing benchmarks and the robot's specifications in terms of the effectiveness of the heuristics.

In Dana Fisman and Swen Jacobs: Proceedings Sixth Workshop on Synthesis (SYNT 2017), Heidelberg, Germany, 22nd July 2017, Electronic Proceedings in Theoretical Computer Science 260, pp. 62–80.
Published: 28th November 2017.

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