Verification of Infinite-State Systems with Probabilistic Behaviour


Parosh Aziz Abdulla1, Asso Raouf Majeed2, & Sallah Hama Amin3

1 Deparment of Information Technology, Uppsala University, Sweden, 2 College of Engineering, University of Sulaimani, 3 College of Science, University of Sulaimani





Abstract
We present a method for performing quantitative analysis of probabilistic systems with infinite state spaces. given an initial state s a set F of final states, and a rational 0>0 , compute a rational p such that the probability of reaching F from s is between and p+0. We present an algorithm working in breadth first manner to perform quantitative analysis of infinitive state Markov chains, and provide sufficient conditions for termination of our alogorithm.

Keywords : Markov chains, quantitative analysis, lossy channel systems



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