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TACAS
2004
Springer
114views Algorithms» more  TACAS 2004»
10 years 6 months ago
Symbolically Computing Most-Precise Abstract Operations for Shape Analysis
Greta Yorsh, Thomas W. Reps, Shmuel Sagiv
SIAMREV
2010
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9 years 8 months ago
What Shape Is Your Conjugate? A Survey of Computational Convex Analysis and Its Applications
Computational Convex Analysis algorithms have been rediscovered several times in the past by researchers from different fields. To further communications between practitioners, we ...
Yves Lucet
SIGGRAPH
1992
ACM
10 years 5 months ago
Generative modeling: a symbolic system for geometric modeling
This paper discusses a new, symbolic approach to geometric modeling called generative modeling. The approach allows specification, rendering, and analysis of a wide variety of sha...
John M. Snyder, James T. Kajiya
SAS
2005
Springer
162views Formal Methods» more  SAS 2005»
10 years 6 months ago
Boolean Heaps
We show that the idea of predicates on heap objects can be cast in the framework of predicate abstraction. This leads to an alternative view on the underlying concepts of three-val...
Andreas Podelski, Thomas Wies
POPL
2008
ACM
11 years 1 months ago
Relational inductive shape analysis
alyses are concerned with precise abstractions of the heap to capture detailed structural properties. To do so, they need to build and decompose summaries of disjoint memory regio...
Bor-Yuh Evan Chang, Xavier Rival
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