Object Ownership in Program Verification

@inproceedings{Dietl2013ObjectOI,
  title={Object Ownership in Program Verification},
  author={Werner Dietl and Peter M{\"u}ller},
  booktitle={Aliasing in Object-Oriented Programming},
  year={2013}
}
Dealing with aliasing is one of the key challenges for the verification of imperative programs. For instance, aliases make it difficult to determine which abstractions are potentially affected by a heap update and to determine which locks need to be acquired to avoid data races. Object ownership was one of the first approaches that allowed programmers to control aliasing and to restrict the operations that can be applied to a reference. It thus enabled sound, modular, and automatic verification… CONTINUE READING

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