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Lightweight Separation

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Lightweight Separation
Abstract. Lightweight separation is a novel approach to automatic reasoning about memory updates in pointer programs. It replaces the spatial formulae of separation logic, which complicate automation, by independent assertions about the memory content and the memory layout. As a result, assertions about the content can be treated by existing reasoners. The effect of memory updates is evaluated using specialized tactics that prove disjointness of memory regions from a given memory layout.
Holger Gast
Added 01 Jun 2010
Updated 01 Jun 2010
Type Conference
Year 2008
Where TPHOL
Authors Holger Gast
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