MCK is a model checker for the logic of knowledge, developed at the School of Computer Science and Engineering at the University of New South Wales. The system is intended as a testbed for a variety of approaches to model checking the logic of knowledge. The novelty of this model checker is that it supports several different ways of defining knowledge given a description of a multi-agent system and the observations made by the agents: observation alone; observation and clock; and synchonrous and asynchronous perfect recall of all observations. Both linear and branching time temporal operators are supported.
Earlier releases of MCK were based primarily on BDD-based model checking algorithms, but MCK now also supports bounded model checking as well as explicit state model checking.
Development of MCK has been funded by
Research on applications of MCK has been funded by
Currrent research on MCK is funded by
The following people have contributed to the development of MCK (in roughly historical order):
(Aug 2014) MCK-1.1.0 is released.