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2010
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Program Behavior Discovery and Verification: A Graph Grammar Approach
—Discovering program behaviors and functionalities can ease program comprehension and verification. Existing program analysis approaches have used text mining algorithms to infer...
Chunying Zhao, Jun Kong, Kang Zhang
HASE
2008
IEEE
10 years 10 months ago
A Grammar-Based Reverse Engineering Framework for Behavior Verification
A high assurance system requires both functional and nonfunctional correctness before the system is put into operation. To examine whether a system’s actual performance complies...
Chunying Zhao, Kang Zhang
ICTAI
2008
IEEE
10 years 10 months ago
Discovering Program's Behavioral Patterns by Inferring Graph-Grammars from Execution Traces
Frequent patterns in program executions represent recurring sequences of events. These patterns can be used to reveal the hidden structures of a program, and ease the comprehensio...
Chunying Zhao, Keven Ates, Jun Kong, Kang Zhang
DATE
2004
IEEE
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10 years 8 months ago
Graph-Based Functional Test Program Generation for Pipelined Processors
Functional verification is widely acknowledged as a major bottleneck in microprocessor design. While early work on specification driven functional test program generation has prop...
Prabhat Mishra, Nikil Dutt
AGTIVE
2007
Springer
10 years 8 months ago
Visualization, Simulation and Analysis of Reconfigurable Systems
Meta-modeling is well known to define the basic concepts of domain-specific languages in an object-oriented way. Based on graph transformation, an abstract meta-model may be enhanc...
Claudia Ermel, Karsten Ehrig
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