Commit 6aed700c authored by Mihaela SIGHIREANU's avatar Mihaela SIGHIREANU
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Pointer arithmetic is widely used in low-level programs, e.g. memory allocators. Pointer arithmetic is widely used in low-level programs, e.g. memory allocators.
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%The verification of such programs usually requires simultaneous reasoning about pointer arithmetic and unbounded heap regions. %The verification of such programs usually requires simultaneous reasoning about pointer arithmetic and unbounded heap regions.
The specification of such programs usually requires using pointer arithmetic inside inductive definitions to define the common data structures, e.g. heap lists in memory allocators. The specification of such programs usually requires using pointer arithmetic inside inductive definitions to define the common data structures, e.g. heap lists. % in memory allocators.
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In this work, we investigate decision problems for SLAH, a separation logic fragment In this work, we investigate decision problems for SLAH, a separation logic fragment
that allows some form of pointer arithmetic inside inductive definitions, that allows some form of pointer arithmetic inside inductive definitions,
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We report on the implementation of these decision procedures and their We report on the implementation of these decision procedures and their
good performance in solving problems issued from the verification of good performance in solving problems issued from the verification of
building block programs used in memory allocators. building block programs manipulating heap-lists used in memory allocators.
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We study the decidability of the verification problem for We study the decidability of the verification problem for
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