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In the VAMP (verified architecture microprocessor) project we have designed, functionally verified, and synthesized a processor with full DLX instruction set, delayed branch, Tomasulo scheduler, maskable nested precise interrupts , pipelined fully IEEE compatible dual precision floating point unit with variable latency, and separate instruction and data(More)
Realtime ray tracing has recently established itself as a possible alternative to the current rasterization approach for interactive 3D graphics. However, the performance of existing software implementations is still severely limited by today's CPUs, requiring many CPUs for achieving realtime performance.In this paper we present a prototype implementation(More)
The Verisoft project aims at the pervasive formal verification of entire computer systems. In particular, the seamless verification of the academic system is attempted. This system consists of hardware (processor and devices) on top of which runs a microkernel, an operating system, and applications. In this paper we define the computation model CVM(More)
Hypervisors are system software programs that virtualize the architecture they run on. They are typically small, safety-critical, and hard to debug, which makes them a feasible and interesting target for formal verification. Previous functional verifications of system software were all based on interactive theorem proving, requiring substantial human effort(More)
Use of verification for testing and debugging of complex reactive systems p. 13 Experimental evaluation of FSM-based testing methods p. 23 Putting detectors in their place p. 33 Timed automata with data structures for distributed systems design and analysis p. 44 Operational semantics for real-time processes with action refinement p. 54 Specifying urgency(More)