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CPAchecker: A Tool for Configurable Software Verification
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This paper presents CPAchecker, a tool and framework that aims at easy integration of new verification components and evaluates the efficiency of the current version of the tool on software-verification benchmarks from the literature, and compares it with other state-of-the-art model checkers.
The software model checker Blast
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This paper gives an introduction to Blast and demonstrates, through two case studies, how it can be applied to program verification and test-case generation.
Configurable Software Verification: Concretizing the Convergence of Model Checking and Program Analysis
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An algorithm and tool are designed and built that can be configured to perform not only a purely tree-based or a purely lattice-based analysis, but offers many intermediate settings that have not been evaluated before.
The software model checker B last : Applications to software engineering
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This paper gives an introduction to Blast and demonstrates, through two case studies, how it can be applied to program verification and test-case generation.
Software Verification with Validation of Results - (Report on SV-COMP 2017)
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The major achievement of the 6th SV-COMP edition is that the verification results were validated in most categories, and a new category structure was introduced that now orders the verification tasks according to the property to verify on the top level, and by the type of programs e.g., which kind of data types are used on a second level.
Competition on Software Verification - (SV-COMP)
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The verification community has performed competitions in various areas in the past, and SV-COMP'12 is the first competition of verification tools that take software programs as input and run a fully automatic verifying of a given safety property.
Software Verification and Verifiable Witnesses - (Report on SV-COMP 2015)
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SV-COMP 2015, the fourth edition of the thorough comparative evaluation of fully-automatic software verifiers, reports effectiveness and efficiency results of the state of the art in software verification.
Reliable and Reproducible Competition Results with BenchExec and Witnesses (Report on SV-COMP 2016)
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This report presents the results of the competition and includes a special section that describes how SV-COMP ensures that the experiments are reliably executed, precisely measured, and organized such that the results can be reproduced later.
Clustering software artifacts based on frequent common changes
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This work introduces a two-step method for identifying clusters of artifacts that are frequently changed together, and derives requirements for such layouts, and introduces an energy model for producing layouts that fulfill these requirements.
Efficient relational calculation for software analysis
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RML, a simple language for querying and manipulating relations based on predicate calculus, and CrocoPat, an interpreter for RML programs are introduced and their performance is evaluated by giving example programs for several software analyses and by comparing its performance with calculators for binary relations, a Prolog system, and a relational database management system.
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