Divjyot Sethi

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The increasing pressure to make hardware resilient to runtime failures has prompted development of design techniques for specific classes of systems, e.g. processors and routers. However, these techniques come at increased design and verification costs, thus limiting their broader application. In this work we describe a methodology for general RTL designs(More)
We present a model checking-based method for verifying list-based concurrent set data structures. Concurrent data structures are notorious for being hard to get right and thus, their verification has received significant attention from the verification community. These data structures are unbounded in two dimensions: the list size is unbounded and an(More)
We consider the problem of verifying deadlock freedom for symmetric cache coherence protocols. While there are multiple definitions of deadlock in the literature, we focus on a specific form of deadlock which is useful for the cache coherence protocol domain and consistent with the internal definition of deadlock in the Murphi model checker: we refer to(More)
Concurrent data structures are provided in libraries such as Intel Thread Building Blocks and Java.util.concurrent to enable efficient implementation of multi-threaded programs. Their efficiency is achieved by using fine grained synchronization which creates less constrained interaction between the threads. This leads to a large number of possible(More)
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