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Design of Software Security Verification with Formal Method Tools

@inproceedings{Jang2006DesignOS,
  title={Design of Software Security Verification with Formal Method Tools},
  author={Seung-Ju Jang and Jungwoo Ryoo and Chang-Soo Lee},
  year={2006}
}
Summary Formal methods ensure the stability and reliability of soft-ware systems by using mathematical principles and proving conformance to a given set of requirements. The stable and reliable operation of software is especially important for system applications dealing with security. Although very effective in identifying a non-conformance in security requirements, formal methods typically involve a steep learning curve before full adoption. Automated tools can be used to alleviate… 

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