Systematic software testing using VeriSoft — An analysis of the 4ESS™ heart-beat monitor

@article{Godefroid1998SystematicST,
  title={Systematic software testing using VeriSoft — An analysis of the 4ESS™ heart-beat monitor},
  author={Patrice Godefroid and Robert S. Hanmer and Lalita Jategaonkar Jagadeesan},
  journal={Bell Labs Technical Journal},
  year={1998},
  volume={3},
  pages={32-46}
}
VeriSoft is a tool for systematically exploring the state spaces of systems composed of several concurrent processes executing arbitrary code written in full-fledged programming languages, such as C or C++. Using VeriSoft, we analyzed the 4ESS™ switch Heart-Beat Monitor (HBM), a telephone switching application developed at Lucent Technologies. The 4ESS HBM plays an important role in routing data in the switch and can significantly affect switch performance. Since VeriSoft automatically… CONTINUE READING
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