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BYZANZ-PLAYBACK(1)					      General Commands Manual						BYZANZ-PLAYBACK(1)

byzanz-playback - Process a byzanz debug recording SYNOPSIS
byzanz-record [options] INFILE OUTFILE DESCRIPTION
Byzanz debug recording can be created by using the extension .byzanz. To convert these recordings into the other formats supported by Byzanz, byzanz-playback can be used. The INFILE must e a byzanz debug file, the OUTFILE is the file to convert it to. Its extension deter- mines the format to be used. See the byzanz-record(1) man page for a list of supported formats and their extensions. OPTIONS
Help Options: -h, --help Show help options SEE ALSO
byzanz-record(1) AUTHOR
Byzanz was written by Benjamin Otte <>. This manual page was last updated for version 0.2.1. BYZANZ-PLAYBACK(1)

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ltsconvert - convert and optionally minimise an LTS SYNOPSIS
Convert the labelled transition system (LTS) from INFILE to OUTFILE in the requested format after applying the selected minimisation method (default is none). If OUTFILE is not supplied, stdout is used. If INFILE is not supplied, stdin is used. The output format is determined by the extension of OUTFILE, whereas the input format is determined by the content of INFILE. Options --in and --out can be used to force the input and output formats. The supported formats are: 'aut' for the Aldebaran format (CADP), 'dot' for the GraphViz format, 'fsm' for the Finite State Machine format, 'lts' for the mCRL2 LTS format (default), or 'svc' for the SVC format OPTIONS
OPTION can be any of the following: -D, --determinise determinise LTS -eNAME, --equivalence=NAME generate an equivalent LTS, preserving equivalence NAME: 'bisim' for strong bisimilarity, 'branching-bisim' for branching bisimilarity, 'dpbranching-bisim' for divergence preserving branching bisimilarity, 'sim' for strong simulation equivalence, 'tau-star' for tau star reduction, 'trace' for strong trace equivalence, or 'weak-trace' for weak trace equivalence -iFORMAT, --in=FORMAT use FORMAT as the input format -lFILE, --lps=FILE use FILE as the LPS from which the input LTS was generated; this might be needed to store the correct parameter names of states when saving in fsm format and to convert non-mCRL2 LTSs to a mCRL2 LTS --no-reach do not perform a reachability check on the input LTS -n, --no-state leave out state information when saving in dot format -oFORMAT, --out=FORMAT use FORMAT as the output format --tau=ACTNAMES consider actions with a name in the comma separated list ACTNAMES to be internal (tau) actions in addition to those defined as such by the input --timings[=FILE] append timing measurements to FILE. Measurements are written to standard error if no FILE is provided Standard options: -q, --quiet do not display warning messages -v, --verbose display short intermediate messages -d, --debug display detailed intermediate messages --log-level=LEVEL display intermediate messages up to and including level -h, --help display help information --version display version information AUTHOR
Written by Muck van Weerdenburg, Jan Friso Groote. REPORTING BUGS
Report bugs at <>. COPYRIGHT
Copyright (C) 2012 Technische Universiteit Eindhoven. This is free software. You may redistribute copies of it under the terms of the Boost Software License <>. There is NO WARRANTY, to the extent permitted by law. SEE ALSO
See also the manual at <>. ltsconvert mCRL2 toolset 201202.0 (Release) April 2012 LTSCONVERT(1)

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