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A Generic Framework for Context-Sensitive Analysis of Modular Programs

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A Generic Framework for Context-Sensitive Analysis of Modular Programs
Abstract. Context-sensitive analysis provides information which is potentially more accurate than that provided by context-free analysis. Such information can then be applied in order to validate/debug the program and/or to specialize the program obtaining important improvements. Unfortunately, context-sensitive analysis of modular programs poses important theoretical and practical problems. One solution, used in several proposals, is to resort to context-free analysis. Other proposals do address context-sensitive analysis, but are only applicable when the description domain used satisfies rather restrictive properties. In this paper, we argue that a general framework for context-sensitive analysis of modular programs, i.e., one that allows using all the domains which have proved useful in practice in the non-modular setting, is indeed feasible and very useful. Driven by our experience in the design and implementation of analysis and specialization techniques in the context of CiaoPP,...
Germán Puebla, Jesús Correas, Manuel
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Type Conference
Year 2004
Where LOPSTR
Authors Germán Puebla, Jesús Correas, Manuel V. Hermenegildo, Francisco Bueno, Maria J. García de la Banda, Kim Marriott, Peter J. Stuckey
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