Javier Espert

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Trace slicing is a widely used technique for execution trace analysis that is effectively used in program debugging, analysis and comprehension. In this paper, we present a backward trace slicing technique that can be used for the analysis of Rewriting Logic theories. Our trace slicing technique allows us to systematically trace back rewrite sequences(More)
Web-TLR is a software tool designed for model-checking Web applications which is based on rewriting logic. Web applications are expressed as rewrite theories which can be formally verified by using the Maude built-in LTLR model-checker. Web-TLR is equipped with a userfriendly, graphical Web interface that shields the user from unnecessary information.(More)
Generalization, also called anti-unification, is the dual of unification. Given terms t and t′, a generalization is a term t′′ of which t and t′ are substitution instances. The dual of a most general unifier (mgu) is that of least general generalization (lgg). In this work, we extend the known untyped generalization algorithm to, first, an order-sorted(More)
WEB-TLR is a Web verification engine that is based on the well-established Rewriting Logic– Maude/LTLR tandem for Web system specification and model-checking. In WEB-TLR, Web applications are expressed as rewrite theories that can be formally verified by using the Maude built-in LTLR model-checker. Whenever a property is refuted, a counterexample trace is(More)
Trace slicing is a widely used technique for execution trace analysis that is effectively used in program debugging, analysis and comprehension. In this paper, we present a backward trace slicing technique that can be used for the analysis of Rewriting Logic theories. Our trace slicing technique allows us to systematically trace back rewrite sequences(More)
Computing generalizers is relevant in a wide spectrum of automated reasoning areas where analogical reasoning and inductive inference are needed. The ACUOS system computes a complete and minimal set of semantic generalizers (also called “anti-unifiers”) of two structures in a typed language modulo a set of equational axioms. By supporting types and any(More)
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