Computer Aided Verification: 19th International Conference, CAV 2007, Berlin, Germany, July 3-7, 2007, Proceedings

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This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 19th International Conference on Computer Aided Verification. Thirty-three state-of-the-technology papers are presented, together with fourteen tool papers, three invited papers, and four invited tutorials. All the current issues in computer aided verification and model checking—from foundational and methodological issues to the evaluation of major tools and systems—are addressed.

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This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 19th International Conference on Computer Aided Verification. Thirty-three state-of-the-technology papers are presented, together with fourteen tool papers, three invited papers, and four invited tutorials. All the current issues in computer aided verification and model checking—from foundational and methodological issues to the evaluation of major tools and systems—are addressed.

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Invited Talks.- Automatically Proving Program Termination.- A Mathematical Approach to RTL Verification.- Software Bugs Seen from an Industrial Perspective or Can Formal Methods Help on Automotive Software Development?.- Invited Tutorials.- Algorithms for Interface Synthesis.- A Tutorial on Satisfiability Modulo Theories.- A JML Tutorial: Modular Specification and Verification of Functional Behavior for Java.- Verification of Hybrid Systems.- Session I: Compositionality.- SAT-Based Compositional Verification Using Lazy Learning.- Local Proofs for Global Safety Properties.- Session II: Verification Process.- Low-Level Library Analysis and Summarization.- Verification Across Intellectual Property Boundaries.- Session III: Timed Synthesis and Games.- On Synthesizing Controllers from Bounded-Response Properties.- An Accelerated Algorithm for 3-Color Parity Games with an Application to Timed Games.- UPPAAL-Tiga: Time for Playing Games!.- The TASM Toolset: Specification, Simulation, and Formal Verification of Real-Time Systems.- Session IV: Infinitive State Verification.- Systematic Acceleration in Regular Model Checking.- Parameterized Verification of Infinite-State Processes with Global Conditions.- Session V: Tool Environment.- CADP2006: A Toolbox for the Construction and Analysis of Distributed Processes.- jMoped: A Test Environment for Java Programs.- Hector: Software Model Checking with Cooperating Analysis Plugins.- The Why/Krakatoa/Caduceus Platform for Deductive Program Verification.- Session VI: Shapes.- Shape Analysis for Composite Data Structures.- Array Abstractions from Proofs.- Context-Bounded Analysis of Multithreaded Programs with Dynamic Linked Structures.- Revamping TVLA: Making Parametric Shape Analysis Competitive.- Session VII: Concurrent Program Verification.- Fast and Accurate Static Data-Race Detection for Concurrent Programs.- Parametric and Sliced Causality.- Spade: Verification of Multithreaded Dynamic and Recursive Programs.- Session VIII: Reactive Designs.- Anzu: A Tool for Property Synthesis.- RAT: A Tool for the Formal Analysis of Requirements.- Session IX: Parallelisation.- Parallelising Symbolic State-Space Generators.- I/O Efficient Accepting Cycle Detection.- Session X: Constraints and Decisions.- C32SAT: Checking C Expressions.- CVC3.- BAT: The Bit-Level Analysis Tool.- LIRA: Handling Constraints of Linear Arithmetics over the Integers and the Reals.- Session XI: Probabilistic Verification.- Three-Valued Abstraction for Continuous-Time Markov Chains.- Magnifying-Lens Abstraction for Markov Decision Processes.- Underapproximation for Model-Checking Based on Random Cryptographic Constructions.- Session XII: Abstraction.- Using Counterexamples for Improving the Precision of Reachability Computation with Polyhedra.- Structural Abstraction of Software Verification Conditions.- An Abstract Domain for Analyzing Heap-Manipulating Low-Level Software.- Adaptive Symmetry Reduction.- Session XIII: Assume-Guarantee Reasoning.- From Liveness to Promptness.- Automated Assumption Generation for Compositional Verification.- Session XIV: Hybrid Systems.- Abstraction and Counterexample-Guided Construction of—-Automata for Model Checking of Step-Discrete Linear Hybrid Models.- Test Coverage for Continuous and Hybrid Systems.- Hybrid Systems: From Verification to Falsification.- Session XV: Program Analysis.- Comparison Under Abstraction for Verifying Linearizability.- Leaping Loops in the Presence of Abstraction.- Configurable Software Verification: Concretizing the Convergence of Model Checking and Program Analysis.- Session XVI: SAT and Decision Procedures.- A Decision Procedure for Bit-Vectors and Arrays.- Boolean Abstraction for Temporal Logic Satisfiability.- A Lazy and Layered SMT( ) Solver for Hard Industrial Verification Problems.

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