José Miguel Faria

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In this article we present the design by contract approach to formal verification of an industrial real-time kernel using VCC (Verified C Compiler) and Frama-C tools. The annotations were directly inserted into the source code of an industrial kernel module, xLuna, and verified automatically. VCC was also used to reason about concurrency issues in a(More)
This paper describes a tool-supported method for the formal verification of Ada programs. It presents ATOS, a tool that automatically extracts a model in SPIN from an Ada Program, together with a set of properties that state the correctness of the model. ATOS is also capable of extracting properties from user-provided annotations in Ada programs, inspired(More)
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