Cosmos is a statistical model checker for Hybrid Automata Stochastic Logic (HASL). HASL uses Linear Hybrid Automata (LHA), a generalization of Deterministic Timed Automata (DTA), to describe accepting execution paths of a Discrete Event Stochastic Process (DESP), a class of stochastic models which includes, but is not limited to, Markov chains. As a result, HASL verification turns out to be a unifying framework where sophisticated temporal reasoning is naturally blended with elaborate reward-based analysis. Cosmos takes as input a DESP (described in terms of a Generalized Stochastic Petri Net), a LHA and an expression Z representing the quantity to be estimated. It returns a confidence interval estimation of Z. Cosmos is written in C++ and is freely available to the research community. It is jointly developed by searchers of LSV and LACL.Download
Cosmos can simulate models given in the Simulink model, and also simulate a model described using, at the same time, a DESP (usually, a GSPN) and a Simulink model that may exchange information. Click here for more details, alongside an example of the verification of a double heater.
The current developers
are Benoît Barbot
and Yann Duplouy.
Hilal Djafri and Paollo Ballarini have contributed to the development.
Marie Duflot, Serge Haddad and Nihal Pekergin have contributed to the theoretical design of the tool.