Workshop on Software Model Checking
|Schedule | Registration | Invited Speakers | Dates | Co-Chairs | Program Committee|
The growing importance of model checking in hardware verification and the difficulty of producing correct software are driving a growing interest in the application of model checking to software. This leads to many challenges of scientific and practical interest, both in core model checking technology and in supporting techniques, such as program analyses and transformations that help automate abstraction of the data state and reduction of the control state.
This workshop covers all aspects of software model checking and supporting techniques, ranging from verification of high-level requirements specifications to model checking of low-level bytecode. Theoretical results and case studies are equally welcome. Techniques that provide limited guarantees or that work for limited classes of properties are also of interest. We especially encourage submissions that deal with general-purpose programming languages or other languages with similar features. Topics of interest include but are not limited to:
The workshop has a dual mission: it aims to introduce people to the field of software model checking and to be a forum for describing new research. Hence, the workshop will consist of invited presentations by leaders in the field and a selection from the submitted papers.
The proceedings appeared as volume 55 number 3 of Electronic Notes in Theoretical Computer Science.
The workshop will be held after CAV'01 in the same location (la Mutualite). CAV'01 follows FMICS'01 and SAS'01.
Generous support provided by
Sriram Rajamani, Model Checking, Program Analysis and Theorem Proving: Kitchen Sink?
John Hatcliff, Using the Bandera Tool Set to Model-check Properties of Concurrent Java Software
Submissions should be sent by email to softmc01 AT csDOTsunysbDOTedu.
|Submission deadline:||May 15, 2001|
|Acceptance notification:||June 15, 2001|
|Final version:||July 1, 2001|
|Scott Stoller||Willem Visser|
|Computer Science Dept.||Automated Software Engineering group|
|State University of New York at Stony Brook||NASA Ames Research Center|