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EUROPAR
2004
Springer
11 years 10 months ago
Detecting Data Races in Sequential Programs with DIOTA
In this paper we show that data races, a type of bug that generally only causes havoc in parallel programs, can also occur in sequential programs that use signal handlers. Fortunat...
Michiel Ronsse, Jonas Maebe, Koenraad De Bosschere
NFM
2011
223views Formal Methods» more  NFM 2011»
11 years 12 days ago
Generating Data Race Witnesses by an SMT-Based Analysis
Abstract. Data race is one of the most dangerous errors in multithreaded programming, and despite intensive studies, it remains a notorious cause of failures in concurrent systems....
Mahmoud Said, Chao Wang, Zijiang Yang, Karem Sakal...
CACM
2010
121views more  CACM 2010»
11 years 2 months ago
Goldilocks: a race-aware Java runtime
We present Goldilocks, a Java runtime that monitors program executions and throws a DataRaceException when a data race is about to occur. This prevents racy accesses from taking p...
Tayfun Elmas, Shaz Qadeer, Serdar Tasiran
PLDI
2010
ACM
12 years 2 months ago
Pacer: Proportional Detection of Data Races
Data races indicate serious concurrency bugs such as order, atomicity, and sequential consistency violations. Races are difficult to find and fix, often manifesting only in deploy...
Michael D. Bond, Katherine E. Coons, Kathryn S. Mc...
ICSM
2008
IEEE
11 years 12 months ago
Dynamic slicing of multithreaded programs for race detection
Prior work has shown that computing dynamic slices of erroneous program values can greatly assist in locating the root cause of erroneous behavior by identifying faulty statements...
Sriraman Tallam, Chen Tian, Rajiv Gupta
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