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Dams et al.  present a framework for constructing abstract interpretations for μ-calculus properties in transition systems. This involves constructing a mixed transition system containing two kinds of transition relations, the so-called free and constrained transitions. Godefroid et al.  proposed the use of modal transition systems  which consist of two components, namely must-transitions and may-transitions. In both  and , given an abstraction together with a concrete transition system, a mixed transition system, or an (abstract) modal transition system respectively, is automatically generated.
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