Commit 73277bed by Alexandre Duret-Lutz

### org: fix some typos

`* doc/org/tut12.org: Here.`
parent d4b8ecdf
 ... ... @@ -20,7 +20,7 @@ However there is a trick we can use in case we want to use Spot to build a finite automaton that recognize some LTLf (i.e. LTL with finite semantics) property. The plan is as follows: 1. Have Spot read the input formula as if it were LTL. 1. Have Spot read the input LTLf formula as if it was LTL. 2. Rewrite this formula in a way that embeds the semantics of LTLf in LTL. First, introduce a new atomic proposition =alive= that will be true initially, but that will eventually become false forever. ... ... @@ -62,7 +62,7 @@ initially, as required in the first paper... * Shell version The first four steps of the the above sequence of operations can be The first four steps of the above sequence of operations can be executed as follows. Transforming LTLf to LTL can be done using [[file:ltlfilt.org][=ltlfilt=]]'s =--from-ltlf= option, translating the resulting formula into a Büchi automaton is obviously done with [[file:ltl2tgba.org][=ltl2tgba=]], and removing ... ... @@ -159,6 +159,10 @@ State: 3 {0} --END-- #+end_example If you need to print the automaton in a custom format (some finite automaton format probably), you should check our example of [[file:tut21.org][custom print of an automaton]]. * C++ version The C++ version is straightforward adaptation of the Python version. ... ... @@ -226,9 +230,12 @@ State: 3 {0} --END-- #+end_example Again, please check our example of [[file:tut21.org][custom print of an automaton]] if you need to print in some format for NFA/DFA. * Final notes Spots only deal with infinite behaviors, so if you plan to use Spot to Spot only deals with infinite behaviors, so if you plan to use Spot to perform some LTLf model checking, you should stop at step 3. Keep the =alive= proposition in your property automaton, and also add it to the Kripke structure representing your system. ... ...
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