Laura Carnevali
TitleCited byYear
Using stochastic state classes in quantitative evaluation of dense-time reactive systems
E Vicario, L Sassoli, L Carnevali
IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering 35 (5), 703-719, 2009
692009
Oris: a tool for modeling, verification and evaluation of real-time systems
G Bucci, L Carnevali, L Ridi, E Vicario
International journal on software tools for technology transfer 12 (5), 391-403, 2010
622010
State-density functions over DBM domains in the analysis of non-Markovian models
L Carnevali, L Grassi, E Vicario
IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering 35 (2), 178-194, 2008
402008
Compositional verification for hierarchical scheduling of real-time systems
L Carnevali, A Pinzuti, E Vicario
IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering 39 (5), 638-657, 2012
332012
Survivability evaluation of gas, water and electricity infrastructures
A Avritzer, L Carnevali, H Ghasemieh, L Happe, BR Haverkort, A Koziolek, ...
Electronic Notes in Theoretical Computer Science 310, 5-25, 2015
262015
A framework for simulation and symbolic state space analysis of non-Markovian models
L Carnevali, L Ridi, E Vicario
International Conference on Computer Safety, Reliability, and Security, 409-422, 2011
212011
Putting preemptive Time Petri Nets to work in a V-Model SW life cycle
L Carnevali, L Ridi, E Vicario
IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering 37 (6), 826-844, 2011
172011
Combining UML-MARTE and preemptive time Petri nets: an industrial case study
I Bicchierai, G Bucci, L Carnevali, E Vicario
IEEE Transactions on Industrial Informatics 9 (4), 1806-1818, 2012
162012
Non-markovian performability evaluation of ERTMS/ETCS level 3
L Carnevali, F Flammini, M Paolieri, E Vicario
European Workshop on Performance Engineering, 47-62, 2015
122015
Towards the quantitative evaluation of phased maintenance procedures using non-Markovian regenerative analysis
L Carnevali, M Paolieri, K Tadano, E Vicario
European Workshop on Performance Engineering, 176-190, 2013
122013
Performability evaluation of the ERTMS/ETCS–Level 3
M Biagi, L Carnevali, M Paolieri, E Vicario
Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies 82, 314-336, 2017
112017
A formal approach to design and verification of two-level hierarchical scheduling systems
L Carnevali, G Lipari, A Pinzuti, E Vicario
International Conference on Reliable Software Technologies, 118-131, 2011
112011
Sirio: A framework for simulation and symbolic state space analysis of non-Markovian models
L Carnevali, L Ridi, E Vicario
2011 Eighth International Conference on Quantitative Evaluation of SysTems …, 2011
102011
A tailored V-Model exploiting the theory of preemptive Time Petri Nets
L Carnevali, L Grassi, E Vicario
International Conference on Reliable Software Technologies, 87-100, 2008
102008
A continuous-time model-based approach to activity recognition for ambient assisted living
L Carnevali, C Nugent, F Patara, E Vicario
International conference on quantitative evaluation of systems, 38-53, 2015
92015
A scalable approach to the assessment of storm impact in distributed automation power grids
A Avritzer, L Carnevali, L Happe, A Koziolek, DS Menasche, M Paolieri, ...
International Conference on Quantitative Evaluation of Systems, 345-367, 2014
92014
A tool supporting evaluation of non-markovian fault trees
G Bucci, L Carnevali, E Vicario
Quantitative Evaluation of Systems, 2008. QEST'08. Fifth International …, 2008
82008
Sensitization of symbolic runs in real-time testing using the oris tool
L Carnevali, L Sassoli, E Vicario
2007 IEEE Conference on Emerging Technologies and Factory Automation (EFTA …, 2007
82007
Casting preemptive time petri nets in the development life cycle of real-time software
L Carnevali, L Sassoli, E Vicario
19th Euromicro Conference on Real-Time Systems (ECRTS'07), 291-300, 2007
82007
A symbolic approach to quantitative analysis of preemptive real-time systems with non-markovian temporal parameters
L Carnevali, J Giuntini, E Vicario
Proceedings of the 5th International ICST Conference on Performance …, 2011
72011
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