Boolean Programs : A Model and Process For Software Analysis

@inproceedings{Ball2000BooleanP,
  title={Boolean Programs : A Model and Process For Software Analysis},
  author={Thomas Ball and Sriram K. Rajamani and tball},
  year={2000}
}
A fundamental issue in model checking of software is the choice of a model for software. We present a model called boolean programs that is expressive enough to represent features in common programming languages and is amenable to model checking. We present a model checking algorithm for boolean programs using context-free-language reachability. The model checking algorithm allows procedure calls with unbounded recursion, exploits locality of variable scopes, and gives short error traces… CONTINUE READING
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