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Many static analyses for declarative programming/database languages use Boolean functions to express dependencies among variables or argument positions. Examples include groundness analysis, arguably the most important analysis for logic programs, niteness analysis and functional dependency analysis for databases. We identify two classes of Boolean(More)
The subject of groundness analysis for (constraint) logic programs has been widely studied, and interesting domains have been proposed. Pos has been recognized as the most suitable domain for capturing the kind of dependencies arising in groundness analysis, and Reduced Ordered Binary Decision Diagrams (ROBDDs) are generally accepted to be the most(More)
We present a decision procedure for the problem of, given a set of regular expressions R1,. each as a set of propositional constraints. If a SAT solver determines satisfiability then R is non-empty. Otherwise our solver uses unbounded model checking techniques to extract an interpolant from the bounded proof. This interpolant serves as an overapproximation(More)
Secure updates in a peer-to-peer game where all of the players are untrusted offers a unique challenge. We analyse the NEO protocol [5] which was designed to accomplish the exchange of update information among players in a fair and authenticated manner. We show that of the five forms of cheating it was designed to prevent, it prevents only three. We then(More)
Many compilers target common back-ends, thereby avoiding the need to implement the same analyses for many different source languages. This has led to interest in static analysis of LLVM code. In LLVM (and similar languages) most signedness information associated with variables has been compiled away. Current analyses of LLVM code tend to assume that either(More)