MCC’2015 — The fifth model checking contest

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The Model Checking Contest (MCC) is an annual competition between software tools that verify concurrent systems using state-space exploration techniques, either explicit-state or symbolic. The present article provides a comprehensive account of the 2015 edition of the MCC. The principles of the contest are described, together with its underlying software infrastructure. The tools that competed in 2015 are listed and the results of the contest are summarized.




Kordon, F., Garavel, H., Hillah, L. M., Paviot-Adet, E., Jezequel, L., Rodríguez, C., & Hulin-Hubard, F. (2016). MCC’2015 — The fifth model checking contest. In Lecture Notes in Computer Science (including subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics) (Vol. 9930 LNCS, pp. 262–273). Springer Verlag.

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