Deriving homing sequences for Finite State Machines with timed guards
State identification is the well-known problem in the theory of Finite State Machines (FSM) where homing sequences (HS) are used for the identification of a current FSM state, and this fact is widely used in the area of software testing and verification. For various kinds of FSMs, there exist sufficient and necessary conditions for the existence of preset and adaptive HS and algorithms for their derivation. Nowadays timed aspects become very important for hardware and software systems. In this work, we address the problem of checking the existence and derivation of homing sequences for FSMs with timed guards. The investigation is based on the FSM abstraction of a Timed FSM.