Static Analysis: Second International Symposium, SAS '95, Glasgow, UK, September 25 - 27, 1995. Proceedings / Edition 1 available in Paperback
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This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the Second International Symposium on Static Analysis, SAS '95, held in Glasgow, UK, in September 1995. Static Analysis is increasingly recognized as a foundation for high-performance implementations and verification systems of high-level programming languages.
22 full revised papers selected from a total of 55 submissions are presented; they address static analysis issues for different programming paradigms; in particular concurrent, constraint, functional, imperative, logic, and object-oriented programming are addressed. In addition there are abstracts or full papers for three invited presentations and two system descriptions.
Table of Contents
Natural-semantics-based abstract interpretation (preliminary version).- Region inference for higher-order functional languages.- An automata-theoretic approach to Presburger arithmetic constraints.- Generation of efficient interprocedural analyzers with PAG.- Optimality in abstractions of model checking.- Determining storage properties of sequential and concurrent programs with assignment and structured data.- Partitioning non-strict functional languages for multi-threaded code generation.- Complementation in abstract interpretation.- Polymorphic recursion and subtype qualifications: Polymorphic binding-time analysis in polynomial time.- Optimizing lazy functional programs using flow inference.- Termination analysis for functional programs using term orderings.- A type-based analysis for stack allocation in functional languages.- Control-flow analysis and type systems.- Effective flow analysis for avoiding run-time checks.- Static analysis of communication for asynchronous concurrent programming languages.- Unification-free execution of well-moded and well-typed Prolog programs.- Efficient closure utilisation by higher-order inheritance analysis.- System F and abstract interpretation.- Call-by-name CPS-translation as a binding-time improvement.- Trust in the-calculus.- LSign reordered.- Strictness analysis by abstract reduction using a tableau calculus.- Bigloo: a portable and optimizing compiler for strict functional languages.- Beyond prototype implementations: Polymorphic projection analysis for Glasgow Haskell.- Binding-time analysis and strictness analysis by abstract interpretation.- GENA — A tool for generating Prolog analyzers from specifications.- IGOR: A tool for developing Prolog dataflow analyzers.