Practical Reasoning About Invocations and Implementations of Pure Methods

@inproceedings{Darvas2007PracticalRA,
  title={Practical Reasoning About Invocations and Implementations of Pure Methods},
  author={{\'A}d{\'a}m Darvas and K. Rustan M. Leino},
  booktitle={FASE},
  year={2007}
}
User-defined functions used in the specification of objectoriented programs are called pure methods. Providing sound and practical support for pure methods in a verification system faces many challenges, especially when pure methods have executable implementations and can be invoked from code at run time. This paper describes a design for reasoning about pure methods in the context of sound, modular verification. The design addresses (1) how to axiomatize pure methods as mathematical functions… CONTINUE READING
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