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MCRL22LPS

MCRL22LPS

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NAME

mcrl22lps - translate an mCRL2 specification to an LPS  

SYNOPSIS

mcrl22lps [OPTION]... [INFILE [OUTFILE]]  

DESCRIPTION

Linearises the mCRL2 specification in INFILE and writes the resulting LPS to OUTFILE. If OUTFILE is not present, stdout is used. If INFILE is not present, stdin is used.  

OPTIONS

OPTION can be any of the following:
-b, --binary
when clustering use binary case functions instead of n-ary; in the presence of -w/--newstate, state variables are encoded by a vector of boolean variables
-e, --check-only
check syntax and static semantics; do not linearise
-c, --cluster
all actions in the final LPS are clustered
-D, --delta
add a true->delta summands to each state in each process; these delta's subsume all other conditional timed delta's, effectively reducing the number of delta summands drastically in the resulting linear process; speeds up linearisation
-lNAME, --lin-method=NAME
use linearisation method NAME:
  'regular' for generating an LPS in regular form
  (specification should be regular, default),
  'regular2' for a variant of 'regular' that uses more data variables
  (useful when 'regular' does not work), or
  'stack' for using stack data types
  (useful when 'regular' and 'regular2' do not work)
--mcrl2-gui
outputs information about the visual representation of this option in the mCRL2 GUI
-w, --newstate
state variables are encoded using enumerated types (requires linearisation method 'regular' or 'regular2'); without this option numbers are used
-z, --no-alpha
alphabet reductions are not applied
-n, --no-cluster
the actions in intermediate LPSs are not clustered (default behaviour is that intermediate LPSs are clustered and the final LPS is not clustered)
-g, --no-deltaelm
avoid removing spurious delta summands
-f, --no-globvars
instantiate don't care values with arbitrary constants, instead of modelling them by global variables. This has no effecton global variable that are declared in the specification.
-o, --no-rewrite
do not rewrite data terms while linearising; useful when the rewrite system does not terminate
-m, --no-sumelm
avoid applying sum elimination in parallel composition
-rNAME, --rewriter=NAME
use rewrite strategy NAME:
  'jitty' for jitty rewriting (default),
  'jittyp' for jitty rewriting with prover,
  'jittyc' for compiled jitty rewriting,
  'inner' for innermost rewriting,
  'innerp' for innermost rewriting with prover, or
  'innerc' for compiled innermost rewriting
-a, --statenames
the names of state variables are derived from the specification
Standard options:
-q, --quiet
do not display warning messages
-v, --verbose
display short intermediate messages
-d, --debug
display detailed intermediate messages
-h, --help
display help information
--version
display version information

 

AUTHOR

Written by Jan Friso Groote.  

REPORTING BUGS

Report bugs at <http://www.mcrl2.org/issuetracker>.  

COPYRIGHT

Copyright © 2010 Technische Universiteit Eindhoven.
This is free software. You may redistribute copies of it under the terms of the Boost Software License <http://www.boost.org/LICENSE_1_0.txt>. There is NO WARRANTY, to the extent permitted by law.  

SEE ALSO

See also the manual at <http://www.mcrl2.org/mcrl2/wiki/index.php/User_manual/mcrl22lps>.


 

Index

NAME
SYNOPSIS
DESCRIPTION
OPTIONS
AUTHOR
REPORTING BUGS
COPYRIGHT
SEE ALSO

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