Format (Online/Pre-Recorded)
The invited talks, the tutorial and the test of time award presentation will be given live. Accepted papers have pre-recorded 20 minute videos (click on the details link beside each paper title). During the conference, each paper will be presented live in a 5 minute presentation followed by a 5 minute Q&A. Please watch the 20 minute videos in advance. You can also comment and ask questions on each paper's page.
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Times are given in Pacific Daylight Time (PDT).
Day 1: October 11
7:00-7:10AM Opening Remarks
Session 1: Keynote Talk, Chair: Jyotirmoy Deshmukh
7:10-8:10AM Bringing Runtime Verification to the Masses [details]
Invited Speaker: Holger Hermanns
8:10-8:20AM Break
Session 2: Specifications and Temporal Logics in RV, Chair: Klaus Havelund
8:20-8:30AM A Compositional Framework for Quantitative Online Monitoring over Continuous-time Signals [details]
Konstantinos Mamouras, Agnishom Chattopadhyay and Zhifu Wang
8:30-8:40AM On the Interpretation and Monitoring of Timed Deontic Logics [details]
Shaun Azzopardi, Gordon Pace, Fernando Schapachnik and Gerardo Schneider
8:40-8:50AM Specifying Properties over Inter-Procedural, Source Code Level Behaviour of Programs [details]
Joshua Dawes and Domenico Bianculli
8:50-9:00AM Nested Monitors: Monitors as Expressions to Build Monitors [details]
Felipe Gorostiaga and Cesar Sanchez
9:00-9:10AM Break
Session 3: Tool/Demo/Short Papers, Chair: Nicola Paoletti
9:10-9:20AM PerceMon: Online Monitoring for Perception Systems [details]
Anand Balakrishnan, Jyotirmoy Deshmukh, Bardh Hoxha, Tomoya Yamaguchi and Georgios Fainekos
9:20-9:30AM Gaussian-based runtime detection of out-of-distribution inputs for neural networks [details]
Vahid Hashemi, Jan Kretinsky, Stefanie Mohr and Emmanouil Seferis
9:30-9:40AM Parallel and Multi-Objective Falsification with Scenic and VerifAI [details]
Kesav Viswanadha, Edward Kim, Francis Indaheng, Daniel J. Fremont and Sanjit A. Seshia
Day 2: October 12
Session 4: Keynote Talk, Chair: Dana Fisman
7:00-8:00AM On the (Approximate) Analysis of Stochastic Real-Time Systems [details]
Invited Speaker: Patricia Bouyer-Decitre
8:00-8:10AM Break
Session 5: RV for Distributed and Infinite-State Systems, Chair: Axel Legay
8:10-8:20AM Diamont: Dynamic Monitoring of Uncertainty for Distributed Asynchronous Programs [details]
Vimuth Fernando, Keyur Joshi, Jacob Laurel and Sasa Misailovic
8:20-8:30AM Predicate Monitoring in Distributed Cyber-physical Systems [details]
Anik Momtaz, Niraj Basnet, Houssam Abbas and Borzoo Bonakdarpour
8:30-8:40AM Assumption-Based Runtime Verification of Infinite-State Systems [details]
Alessandro Cimatti, Chun Tian and Stefano Tonetta
8:40-8:50AM Break
Session 6: Tool/Demo/Short Papers, Chair: Houssam Abbas
8:50-9:00AM Ortac: Runtime Assertion Checking for OCaml [details]
Jean-Christophe Filliâtre and Clément Pascutto
9:00-9:10AM Differential Monitoring [details]
Fabian Muehlboeck and Thomas A. Henzinger
9:10-9:20AM A Theoretical Framework for Understanding the Relationship between Log Parsing and Anomaly Detection [details]
Donghwan Shin, Zanis Ali Khan, Domenico Bianculli and Lionel Briand
9:20-9:30AM Specification and Runtime Verification of Temporal Assessments in Simulink [details]
Akshay Rajhans, Anastasia Mavrommati, Pieter Mosterman and Roberto Valenti
Day 3: October 13
Session 7: Keynote Talk, Chair: Lu Feng
7:00-8:00AM Neural Circuit Policies [details]
Invited Speaker: Radu Grosu
8:00-8:10AM Break
Session 8: Applications of/for RV, Chair: Laura Nenzi
8:10-8:20AM Monitoring with Verified Guarantees [details]
Johann C. Dauer, Bernd Finkbeiner and Sebastian Schirmer
8:20-8:30AM Into the Unknown: Active Monitoring of Neural Networks [details]
Anna Lukina, Christian Schilling and Thomas Henzinger
8:30-8:40AM Efficient Black-Box Checking via Model Checking with Strengthened Specifications [details]
Junya Shijubo, Masaki Waga and Kohei Suenaga
8:40-8:50AM Neural Predictive Monitoring under Partial Observability [details]
Francesca Cairoli, Luca Bortolussi and Nicola Paoletti
Session 9: Social Hour
8:50-9:50AM Social Hour: Gather Town Link (best supported in Chrome and Firefox)
Day 4: October 14
Session 10: Tutorial, Chair: Ničković Dejan
7:00-8:30AM Formal Analysis of AI-Based Autonomy: From Modeling to Runtime Assurance [details]
Hazem Torfah, Sebastian Junges, Daniel Fremont and Sanjit A. Seshia
8:30-8:40AM Break
Session 11: Best Paper and Test of Time Awards, Chair: Bernd Finkbeiner
8:40-8:50AM Best Paper and Test of Time Award Annoucement
8:50-9:50AM Test of Time Award Presentation: Parametric Identification of Temporal Properties (RV 2011) [details]
Eugene Asarin, Alexandre Donzé, Oded Maler, and Dejan Nickovic
9:50-10:00AM Break
Session 12: Business Meeting
10:00-10:50AM Business Meeting
10:50-11:00AM Closing Remarks