# Embedded Systems Mcqs

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What is CTL?

 A) computational tree logic B) code tree logic C) cpu tree logic D) computer tree logic

Explanation: The EMC-system is a popular system for model checking which is developed by Clark that describes the CTL formulas, which is also known as computational tree logics. The CTL consist of two parts, a path quantifier, and a state quantifier.

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Which of the following is a popular system for model checking?

 A) HOL B) FOL C) BDD D) EMC

Explanation: The EMC-system is developed by Clark and it describes the CTL formulas, which is the computational tree logics.

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Which of the following is possible to locate errors in the specification of the future bus protocol?

 A) EMC B) HOL C) BDD D) FOL

Explanation: The model checking was developed using the binary decision diagram and the BDD and it was possible to locate errors in the specification of the future bus protocol.

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Which of the following is also known as equivalence checker?

 A) BDD B) FOL C) Tautology checker D) HOL

Explanation: The propositional logic technique consists of the boolean formulas and the boolean function. The tools used in this type of logic is the tautology checker or the equivalence checker which in turn uses the BDD or the binary decision diagrams.

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Which formal verification technique consists of a Boolean formula?

 A) HOL B) FOL C) Propositional logic D) Both HOL and FOL

Explanation: The propositional logic technique is having the boolean formulas and the boolean function. The tools used in propositional logic is the tautology checker or the equivalence checker which in turn uses the binary decision diagrams which are also known as BDD.

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What is BDD?

 A) boolean decision diagram B) binary decision diagrams C) binary decision device D) binary device diagram

Explanation: The binary decision diagram is a kind of data structure which is used to represent the Boolean function.

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What is HOL?

 A) higher order logic B) higher order last C) highly organised logic D) higher order less

Explanation: The formal verification techniques are classified on the basis of the logics employed. The techniques are propositional logic, first order logic, and higher order logic. The HOL is the abbreviation of the higher order logic in which the proofs are automated and manually done with some proof support.

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What is meant by FOL?

 A) free order logic B) fast order logic C) false order logic D) first order logic