Persuasive prediction of concurrency access anomalies

  title={Persuasive prediction of concurrency access anomalies},
  author={Jeff Huang and Charles Zhang},
Predictive analysis is a powerful technique that exposes concurrency bugs in un-exercised program executions. However, current predictive analysis approaches lack the persuasiveness property as they offer little assistance in helping programmers fully understand the execution history that triggers the predicted bugs. We present a persuasive bug prediction technique as well as a prototype tool, PECAN, for detecting general access anomalies (AAs) in concurrent programs. The main characteristic of… CONTINUE READING
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