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Tools and Algorithms for the Construction and Analysis of Systems

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    Book Overview
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    Chapter 1 Static Detection of DoS Vulnerabilities in Programs that Use Regular Expressions
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    Chapter 2 Discriminating Traces with Time
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    Chapter 3 Directed Automated Memory Performance Testing
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    Chapter 4 Context-Bounded Analysis for POWER
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    Chapter 5 Rewriting-Based Runtime Verification for Alternation-Free HyperLTL
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    Chapter 6 Almost Event-Rate Independent Monitoring of Metric Temporal Logic
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    Chapter 7 Optimal Translation of LTL to Limit Deterministic Automata
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    Chapter 8 Sequential Convex Programming for the Efficient Verification of Parametric MDPs
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    Chapter 9 JANI: Quantitative Model and Tool Interaction
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    Chapter 10 Computing Scores of Forwarding Schemes in Switched Networks with Probabilistic Faults
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    Chapter 11 Long-Run Rewards for Markov Automata
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    Chapter 12 HiFrog: SMT-based Function Summarization for Software Verification
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    Chapter 13 Congruence Closure with Free Variables
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    Chapter 14 On Optimization Modulo Theories, MaxSMT and Sorting Networks
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    Chapter 15 The Automatic Detection of Token Structures and Invariants Using SAT Checking
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    Chapter 16 Maximizing the Conditional Expected Reward for Reaching the Goal
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    Chapter 17 ARES: Adaptive Receding-Horizon Synthesis of Optimal Plans
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    Chapter 18 FlyFast: A Mean Field Model Checker
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    Chapter 19 ERODE: A Tool for the Evaluation and Reduction of Ordinary Differential Equations
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    Chapter 20 Software Verification with Validation of Results
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    Chapter 21 AProVE: Proving and Disproving Termination of Memory-Manipulating C Programs
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    Chapter 22 CPA-BAM-BnB: Block-Abstraction Memoization and Region-Based Memory Models for Predicate Abstractions
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    Chapter 23 DepthK: A k-Induction Verifier Based on Invariant Inference for C Programs
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    Chapter 24 Forester: From Heap Shapes to Automata Predicates
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    Chapter 25 HipTNT+: A Termination and Non-termination Analyzer by Second-Order Abduction
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    Chapter 26 Lazy-CSeq 2.0: Combining Lazy Sequentialization with Abstract Interpretation
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    Chapter 27 Skink: Static Analysis of Programs in LLVM Intermediate Representation
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    Chapter 28 Symbiotic 4: Beyond Reachability
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    Chapter 29 Optimizing and Caching SMT Queries in SymDIVINE
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    Chapter 30 Ultimate Automizer with an On-Demand Construction of Floyd-Hoare Automata
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    Chapter 31 Ultimate Taipan: Trace Abstraction and Abstract Interpretation
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    Chapter 32 VeriAbs: Verification by Abstraction (Competition Contribution)
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Tools and Algorithms for the Construction and Analysis of Systems
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Lecture notes in computer science, January 2017
DOI 10.1007/978-3-662-54580-5
978-3-66-254579-9, 978-3-66-254580-5

Legay Axel, Margaria Tiziana

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Student > Master 2 50%
Researcher 1 25%
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Readers by discipline Count As %
Computer Science 3 75%
Unknown 1 25%

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