Janalyzer: A Static Analysis Tool for Java Bytecode

@inproceedings{Balasubramanian2017JanalyzerAS,
  title={Janalyzer: A Static Analysis Tool for Java Bytecode},
  author={Daniel Balasubramanian and Zhenkai Zhang and Dan McDermet and Gabor Karsai},
  year={2017}
}
Static analysis attempts to discover program properties and answer questions about a program’s potential behavior without actually running the program. Example properties include things such as loop bounds, reachability and taint analysis. Even though there is a vast body of literature describing program various program analysis techniques and algorithms, implementing these algorithms can be challenging. Understanding how to make the techniques scale to real-world programs is an additional… CONTINUE READING

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