Publications of Christophe Morvan
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- Philippe Darondeau, Stephane Demri, Roland Meyer, Christophe Morvan. Petri Net Reachability Graphs: Decidability Status of First Order Properties. Logical Methods in Computer Science, 8(4):1-28, October 2012.
- S. Chédor, C. Morvan, S. Pinchinat, H. Marchand. Analysis of partially observed recursive tile systems. In 11th Int. Workshop on Discrete Event Systems, Pages 265-271, Guadalajara, Mexico, October 2012.
- S. Chédor, T. Jéron, C. Morvan. Test generation from recursive tiles systems. In TAP - 6th International Conference on Tests & Proofs - 2012, LNCS, Volume 7305, Pages 99-114, Prague, May 2012.
- Ph. Darondeau, S. Demri, R. Meyer, Ch. Morvan. Petri Net Reachability Graphs: Decidability Status of FO Properties. In IARCS Annual Conference on Foundations of Software Technology and Theoretical Computer Science (FSTTCS 2011), Leibniz International Proceedings in Informatics (LIPIcs), Volume 13, Pages 140-151, Bombay, India, 2011.
- N. Bertrand, C. Morvan. Probabilistic Regular Graphs. In Infinity, EPTCS, Volume 39, Pages 77-90, Singapore, September 2010.
- C. Morvan. Contextual graph grammars characterising Rational Graphs. In Non-Classical Models of Automata and Applications (NCMA), Pages 141-153, Jena, Germany, August 2010.
- C. Morvan, S. Pinchinat. Diagnosability of pushdown systems. In HVC2009, Haifa Verification Conference, LNCS, Volume 6405, Pages 21-33, Haifa, Israel, October 2009.
- C. Morvan. On external presentations of infinite graphs. In 11th International Workshop on Verification of Infinite-State Systems, INFINITY'09, EPTCS, Volume 10, Pages 22-35, Bologna, Italy, August 2009. download
- C. Morvan. Contextual graph grammars characterizing context-sensitive languages. Research Report IRISA, No 1926, March 2009.
- Ch. Morvan, S. Pinchinat. Diagnosis of Pushdown Systems. Research Report IRISA, No 1904, October 2008.
- C. Morvan, S. Pinchinat. Diagnosability of pushdown systems. AutomathA, Liège, Belgique, June 2009.
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