Ruth Hoffmann
Ruth Hoffmann
School of Computer Science, University of St Andrews
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Between subgraph isomorphism and maximum common subgraph
R Hoffmann, C McCreesh, C Reilly
Proceedings of the AAAI Conference on Artificial Intelligence 31 (1), 2017
Sequential and parallel solution-biased search for subgraph algorithms
B Archibald, F Dunlop, R Hoffmann, C McCreesh, P Prosser, J Trimble
International Conference on Integration of Constraint Programming …, 2019
Autonomous agent behaviour modelled in PRISM–A case study
R Hoffmann, M Ireland, A Miller, G Norman, S Veres
International Symposium on Model Checking Software, 104-110, 2016
Strategy synthesis for autonomous agents using PRISM
R Giaquinta, R Hoffmann, M Ireland, A Miller, G Norman
NASA Formal Methods Symposium, 220-236, 2018
Verification of a lazy cache coherence protocol against a weak memory model
CJ Banks, M Elver, R Hoffmann, S Sarkar, P Jackson, V Nagarajan
2017 Formal Methods in Computer Aided Design (FMCAD), 60-67, 2017
Observations from parallelising three maximum common (connected) subgraph algorithms
R Hoffmann, C McCreesh, SN Ndiaye, P Prosser, C Reilly, C Solnon, ...
International Conference on the Integration of Constraint Programming …, 2018
Towards the automated verification of Weibull distributions for system failure rates
Y Lu, AA Miller, R Hoffmann, CW Johnson
Critical Systems: Formal Methods and Automated Verification, 81-96, 2016
Collaborative models for autonomous systems controller synthesis
D Fraser, R Giaquinta, R Hoffmann, M Ireland, A Miller, G Norman
Formal Aspects of Computing 32 (2), 157-186, 2020
A continuous-time model of an autonomous aerial vehicle to inform and validate formal verification methods
ML Ireland, R Hoffmann, A Miller, G Norman, SM Veres
arXiv preprint arXiv:1609.00177, 2016
PatternClass–Permutation Pattern Classes
M Albert, S Linton, R Hoffmann
On dots in boxes, or permutation pattern classes and regular languages
R Hoffmann
University of St Andrews, 2015
Towards generic explanations for pen and paper puzzles with MUSes
J Espasa Arxer, IP Gent, R Hoffmann, C Jefferson, MJ McIlree, AM Lynch
Proceedings of the SICSA eXplainable Artifical Intelligence Workshop 2021, 2021
Using small muses to explain how to solve pen and paper puzzles
J Espasa, IP Gent, R Hoffmann, C Jefferson, AM Lynch
arXiv preprint arXiv:2104.15040, 2021
Regular Languages of Plus-and Minus-(In) Decomposable Permutations
R Hoffmann, S Linton
Permutation Patterns 24 (2), 143 -- 150, 2013
Understanding how people approach constraint modelling and solving
R Hoffmann, X Zhu, O Akgun, M Nacenta
28th International Conference on Principles and Practice of Constraint …, 2022
Memory Consistency Models using Constraints
R Hoffmann, Ö Akgün, S Sarkar
ModRef 2018 - The 17th workshop on Constraint Modelling and Reformulation, 2018
Memory consistency models using constraints
Ö Akgün, R Hoffmann, S Sarkar
The Seventeenth Workshop on Constraint Modelling and Reformulation (ModRef …, 2018
Geometric grid permutation classes and regular languages
R Hoffmann
The Regular Language of Simple Permutations
R Hoffmann
Algorithms in grid classes
R Hoffmann
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