Corpus ID: 11754879

Towards Automatic Verification of JavaScript Programs

  title={Towards Automatic Verification of JavaScript Programs},
  author={B. D. Wilde and A. Lomuscio and Jos{\'e} Fragoso Santos},
JavaScript, due to its dynamic nature and complex semantics, has fewer verification tools than languages such as C and Java. In order to tackle this challenge, we introduce for the first time a bi-abductive symbolic analysis for JSIL, an intermediate language for JavaScript verification. Our analysis is scalable and can fully automatically infer specifications of JSIL procedures that are non-recursive and do not contain loops. Bi-Abduction provides the foundation of our analysis; we give the… CONTINUE READING


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