Towards Coq-verified Esterel Semantics and Compiling

09/27/2019 ∙ by Gérard Berry, et al. ∙ 0

This paper focuses on semantics of the Esterel synchronous programming language. In particular, in addition to the usual behavioral (CBS) and state (CSS) semantics, it introduces a novel microstep semantics which does not need the Can potential function. Formal proofs in Coq of the equivalence between the CBS and CSS semantics and of the refinement between the CSS and microstep semantics are also provided.

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