Reactive Synthesis from Signal Temporal Logic Specifications

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Vasumathi Raman, Alexandre Donze, Dorsa Sadigh, Richard M. Murray and Sanjit A. Seshia
2015 International Conference on Hybrid Systems: Computation and Control (HSCC)

We present a counterexample-guided inductive synthesis approach to controller synthesis for cyber-physical systems subject to signal temporal logic (STL) specifications, operating in potentially adversarial nondeterministic environments. We encode STL specifications as mixed integer-linear constraints on the variables of a discrete-time model of the system and environment dynamics, and solve a series of optimization problems to yield a satisfying control sequence. We demonstrate how the scheme can be used in a receding horizon fashion to fulfill properties over unbounded horizons, and present experimental results for reactive controller synthesis for case studies in building climate control and autonomous driving.