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// -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
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// Copyright (C) 2011, 2012, 2013 Laboratoire de Recherche et Développement
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// de l'Epita (LRDE).
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// Copyright (C) 2003, 2004, 2006  Laboratoire d'Informatique de Paris 6 (LIP6),
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// département Systèmes Répartis Coopératifs (SRC), Université Pierre
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// et Marie Curie.
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#ifndef SPOT_TGBA_BDDDICT_HH
# define SPOT_TGBA_BDDDICT_HH

#include <list>
#include <set>
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#include <map>
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#include <iosfwd>
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#include <bdd.h>
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#include <vector>
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#include "ltlast/formula.hh"
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namespace spot
{
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  /// \brief Private data for bdd_dict.
  class bdd_dict_priv;
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  /// \ingroup tgba_essentials
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  /// \brief Map BDD variables to formulae.
  ///
  /// The BDD library uses integers to designate Boolean variables in
  /// its decision diagrams.  This class is used to map such integers
  /// to objects actually used in Spot.  These objects are usually
  /// atomic propositions, but they can also be acceptance conditions,
  /// or "Now/Next" variables (although the latter should be
  /// eventually removed).
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  ///
  /// When a BDD variable is registered using a bdd_dict, it is always
  /// associated to a "user" (or "owner") object.  This is done by
  /// supplying the bdd_dict with a pointer to the intended user of
  /// the variable.  When the user object dies, it should release the
  /// BDD variables it was using by calling (for instance)
  /// unregister_all_my_variables(), giving the same pointer.
  /// Variables can also by unregistered one by one using
  /// unregister_variable().
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  class SPOT_API bdd_dict
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  {
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    bdd_dict_priv* priv_;
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  public:

    bdd_dict();
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    /// \brief Destroy the BDD dict.
    ///
    /// This always calls assert_emptiness() to diagnose cases where
    /// variables have not been unregistered.
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    ~bdd_dict();

    /// Formula-to-BDD-variable maps.
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    typedef std::map<const ltl::formula*, int> fv_map;
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    /// BDD-variable-to-formula maps.
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    typedef std::map<int, const ltl::formula*> vf_map;
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    fv_map now_map;		///< Maps formulae to "Now" BDD variables
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    fv_map var_map;		///< Maps atomic propositions to BDD variables
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    fv_map acc_map;		///< Maps acceptance conditions to BDD variables
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    /// BDD-variable reference counts.
    typedef std::set<const void*> ref_set;

    enum var_type { anon = 0, now, next, var, acc };
    struct bdd_info {
      bdd_info() : type(anon) {}
      var_type type;
      const ltl::formula* f;	// Used unless t==anon.
      ref_set refs;
      int clone_counts;
    };
    typedef std::vector<bdd_info> bdd_info_map;
    // Map BDD variables to their meaning.
    bdd_info_map bdd_map;
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    /// \brief Map Next variables to Now variables.
    ///
    /// Use with BuDDy's bdd_replace() function.
    bddPair* next_to_now;
    /// \brief Map Now variables to Next variables.
    ///
    /// Use with BuDDy's bdd_replace() function.
    bddPair* now_to_next;

    /// \brief Register an atomic proposition.
    ///
    /// Return (and maybe allocate) a BDD variable designating formula
    /// \a f.  The \a for_me argument should point to the object using
    /// this BDD variable, this is used for reference counting.  It is
    /// perfectly safe to call this function several time with the same
    /// arguments.
    ///
    /// \return The variable number.  Use bdd_ithvar() or bdd_nithvar()
    ///   to convert this to a BDD.
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    int register_proposition(const ltl::formula* f, const void* for_me);
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    /// \brief Register BDD variables as atomic propositions.
    ///
    /// Register all variables occurring in \a f as atomic propositions
    /// used by \a for_me.  This assumes that these atomic propositions
    /// are already known from the dictionary (i.e., they have already
    /// been registered by register_proposition() for another
    /// automaton).
    void register_propositions(bdd f, const void* for_me);

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    /// \brief Register a couple of Now/Next variables
    ///
    /// Return (and maybe allocate) two BDD variables for a state
    /// associated to formula \a f.  The \a for_me argument should point
    /// to the object using this BDD variable, this is used for
    /// reference counting.  It is perfectly safe to call this
    /// function several time with the same arguments.
    ///
    /// \return The first variable number.  Add one to get the second
    /// variable.  Use bdd_ithvar() or bdd_nithvar() to convert this
    /// to a BDD.
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    int register_state(const ltl::formula* f, const void* for_me);
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    /// \brief Register an atomic proposition.
    ///
    /// Return (and maybe allocate) a BDD variable designating an
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    /// acceptance set associated to formula \a f.  The \a for_me
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    /// argument should point to the object using this BDD variable,
    /// this is used for reference counting.  It is perfectly safe to
    /// call this function several time with the same arguments.
    ///
    /// \return The variable number.  Use bdd_ithvar() or bdd_nithvar()
    ///   to convert this to a BDD.
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    int register_acceptance_variable(const ltl::formula* f, const void* for_me);
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    /// \brief Clone an acceptance variable VAR for FOR_ME.
    ///
    /// This is used in products TGBAs when both operands share the
    /// same acceptance variables but they need to be distinguished in
    /// the result.
    int register_clone_acc(int var, const void* for_me);

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    /// \brief Register BDD variables as acceptance variables.
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    ///
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    /// Register all variables occurring in \a f as acceptance variables
    /// used by \a for_me.  This assumes that these acceptance variables
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    /// are already known from the dictionary (i.e., they have already
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    /// been registered by register_acceptance_variable() for another
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    /// automaton).
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    void register_acceptance_variables(bdd f, const void* for_me);
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    /// \brief Convert one acceptance condition into the associated
    /// formula.
    ///
    /// This version accepts a conjunction of Acc variables, in which
    /// only one must be positive.  This positive variable will be
    /// converted back into the associated formula.
    ///
    /// The returned formula is not cloned, and is valid until the BDD
    /// variable used in \a oneacc are unregistered.
    const ltl::formula* oneacc_to_formula(bdd oneacc) const;

    /// \brief Convert one acceptance condition into the associated
    /// formula.
    ///
    /// This version takes the number of a BDD variable that must has
    /// been returned by a call to register_acceptance_variable().
    ///
    /// The returned formula is not cloned, and is valid until the BDD
    /// variable \a var is unregistered.
    const ltl::formula* oneacc_to_formula(int var) const;

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    /// \brief Register anonymous BDD variables.
    ///
    /// Return (and maybe allocate) \a n consecutive BDD variables which
    /// will be used only by \a for_me.
    ///
    /// \return The variable number.  Use bdd_ithvar() or bdd_nithvar()
    ///   to convert this to a BDD.
    int register_anonymous_variables(int n, const void* for_me);

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    /// \brief Duplicate the variable usage of another object.
    ///
    /// This tells this dictionary that the \a for_me object
    /// will be using the same BDD variables as the \a from_other objects.
    /// This ensure that the variables won't be freed when \a from_other
    /// is deleted if \a from_other is still alive.
    void register_all_variables_of(const void* from_other, const void* for_me);

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    /// \brief Release all variables used by an object.
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    ///
    /// Usually called in the destructor if \a me.
    void unregister_all_my_variables(const void* me);
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    /// \brief Release all variables of a given type, used by an
    /// object.
    void unregister_all_typed_variables(var_type type, const void* me);
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    /// \brief Release a variable used by \a me.
    void unregister_variable(int var, const void* me);

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    /// Check whether formula \a f has already been registered by \a by_me.
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    bool is_registered_proposition(const ltl::formula* f, const void* by_me);
    bool is_registered_state(const ltl::formula* f, const void* by_me);
    bool is_registered_acceptance_variable(const ltl::formula* f,
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    /// @}
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    /// \brief Dump all variables for debugging.
    /// \param os The output stream.
    std::ostream& dump(std::ostream& os) const;

    /// \brief Make sure the dictionary is empty.
    ///
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    /// This will print diagnostics if the dictionary is not empty.
    /// Use for debugging.  This is called automatically by the
    /// destructor.  When Spot is compiled in development mode (i.e.,
    /// with <code>./configure --enable-devel</code>), this function
    /// will abort if the dictionary is not empty.
    ///
    /// The errors detected by this function usually indicate missing
    /// calls to unregister_variable() or
    /// unregister_all_my_variables().
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    void assert_emptiness() const;

  private:
    // Disallow copy.
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    bdd_dict(const bdd_dict& other) SPOT_DELETED;
    bdd_dict& operator=(const bdd_dict& other) SPOT_DELETED;
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  };


}

#endif // SPOT_TGBA_BDDDICT_HH