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LTSmin (short for “Minimization and Instantiation of Labelled Transition Systems”) is an award-winning tool-set for manipulation and model checking of state transition systems. Its strengths are language-independents and high-performance parallel (multi-core and distributed) model checking. It offers explicit state as well as symbolic model checking.
The following prominent specification languages are currently supported:
The tool-set has been developed at University of Twente, Netherlands.
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