JML : notations and tools supporting detailed design in Java

@inproceedings{Leavens2000JMLN,
  title={JML : notations and tools supporting detailed design in Java},
  author={Gary T. Leavens and K. Rustan M. Leino and Erik Poll and Clyde Ruby and Bart Jacobs},
  year={2000}
}
JML is a notation for specifying the detailed design of Java classes and interfaces. JML’s assertions are stated using a slight extension of Java’s expression syntax. This should make it easy to use. Tools for JML aid in static analysis, verification, and run-time debugging of Java code. 
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