Hi, thank you for contacting JustAnswer.com. My name is Russell. I will do my best to provide the right answer to your question. I can instruct you how to implement or 'spell out' mathematical formulas in Java code. Is the context, the whole application, what you are asking about, or only just the coding of a linear temporal logic formula ?

OK, if you know how to create and code (in outline or in general) a Java CLASS file, then you just need instruction on the LTL formulae, their coding in general, or an example of one. This will take me a little time to prepare (if it turns out I'm not too incompetent to understand the formulae you have asked about - remotely possible, honestly, though I'm good enough at mathematical notation and concepts...) - How much time may I take?

Yes I know the coding in general .. I will appreciate your help in this if you can ..

The mathematical notations in this are not hard to understand they are all about diamonds and boxes, you will understand them if you just check the wikipedias explaining these notations

As for implementing such formulae, there is no established system that I can find, of implementing such mathematical methods in Java code.

The nearest Java has to such operators is the logical AND and the logical OR. Ref: Java Operators summary: https://docs.oracle.com/javase/tutorial/java/nutsandbolts/opsummary.html

LTL can be coded in the Maude language, I think, though that fact is not clear.

There is no direct way of putting LTL into Java. But, indirectly, might be possible. But the context would have to be specified, since direct encoding of LTL quantities and operators is not possible in Java.

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