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The results show that our approach produces high-quality semantically signiﬁcant speciﬁcations and scales to large real-world programs. The remainder is organized as follows: We ﬁrst discuss the literature in Section 2. Instrumentation is presented in Section 3. Section 4 and 5 introduce dataﬂow tracking analysis and constrained iterative pattern mining, respectively. We evaluate our approach in Section 6. Finally, Section 7 concludes. 2 Related Work Semantics-Based Speciﬁcation Mining: Ammons et al.
5. Simple application 3 50 Hz t2 AADL stands for Architecture & Analysis Description Language. Boundness Issues in CCSL Speciﬁcations 31 To abstract this application as a ccsl speciﬁcation, we assign one clock to each action. , step1). We also associate one clock with each input, this represents the capturing time of the inputs, and one clock with the production of the output (out). The successive instants of the clocks represent successive executions of the actions or input sensing time or output release time.