BMoth is a prototypical model checker for models written in classical B. Initially, BMoth was a student project intended to teach basics of model checking and how to implement explicit-state and symbolic model checking algorithms. In consequence, its focus lies on reusing existing libraries to reduce implementation effort. Nowadays, BMoth serves as a testbed for novel algorithms and implementation techniques.

Sebastian Krings

My research interests include formal methods, model checking and logic programming.


(2019). Experience Report on An Inquiry-Based Course on Model Checking. Proceedings 16. Workshop Software Engineering im Unterricht der Hochschulen (SEUH 2019), CEUR Workshop Proceedings.

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(2018). Writing a Model Checker in 80 Days: Reusable Libraries and Custom Implementation. Proceedings 18th International Workshop on Automated Verification of Critical Systems (AVoCS 2018), Electronic Communications of the EASST.

Preprint Project