Static Program Analysis Via 3-Valued Logic

This paper reviews the principles behind the paradigm of "Abstract interpretation via 3-valued logic," discusses recent work to extend the approach, and summarizes ongoing research aimed at overcoming remaining limitations on the ability to create program analysis algorithms fully automatically. Static analysis concerns techniques for obtaining information about the possible states that a program passes through during execution, without actually running the program on specific inputs. Instead, static-analysis techniques explore a program's behavior for all possible inputs and all possible states that the program can reach.

Provided by: University of Wisconsin Topic: Software Date Added: Jan 2011 Format: PDF

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