What Good Is Temporal Logic?
Information Processing 83, R. E. A. Mason, ed., Elsevier Publishers | , Vol 83: pp. 657-668
This was an invited paper. It describes the state of my views on specification and verification at the time. It is notable for introducing the idea of invariance under stuttering and explaining why it’s a vital attribute of a specification logic. It is also one of my better-written papers.