Software

The FORSYTE group provides and maintains a number of (research) software projects. Detailed information, including downloads and publications can be found on the respective tool’s page:

  • APALACHE: Abstraction-based parameterized TLA+ model-checking. Read more…
  • ByMC: Parameterized model-checking of fault-tolerant distributed algorithms. Read more…
  • COACHMAN: Complexity analyzer for concurrent heap-manipulating programs. Read more…
  • TMCA: Thread-modular counter abstraction for parameterized program safety. Read more…

Former Projects

  • CBMC-GC: Compiling C programs for secure two-party computation. Read more…
  • ConCREST: Concolic testing tool of multi-threaded C programs. Read more…
  • CPA/Tiger: Predicate-abstraction based test input generator for C programs. Read more…
  • FShell: Testing environment for C programs, designed as a database engine dispatching queries about the program to program analysis tools. Read more…
  • iDQ: Instantiation-based DQBF (Dependency Quantified Boolean Formula) solver. Read more..
  • Loopus: Symbolic bound computation for loops in C Programs. Read more…
  • Verifolio: machine learning-based portfolio software verification tool. Read more…

Latest News

FORSYTE’s 2018 paper awards

FORSYTE has had a quite successful year: Adrian Rebola Pardo and his co-authors received the IJCAR best paper award for their paper Extended Resolution Simulates DRAT, Mitra Tabaei Befrouei and her co-authors received an OOPSLA 2018 Distinguished Paper award for their paper Randomized Testing of Distributed Systems with Probabilistic Guarantees, and Thomas Pani received the […]

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OOPSLA Distinguished Paper Award

Mitra Tabaei Befrouei and her co-authors from MPI-SWS Burcu Kulahcioglu Ozkan, Rupak Majumdar, and Filip Niksic, received an OOPSLA’18 Distinguished Paper Award for their contribution “Randomized Testing of Distributed Systems with Probabilistic Guarantees” (Open Access article). Congratulations!

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Zvonimir Rakamiric visiting FORSYTE

Prof. Zvonimir Rakamiric from the School of Computing at the University of Utah is spending his sabbatical with the FORSYTE group at TU Wien. He is generously sponsored by the Wolfgang Pauli Institute and a Pauli Fellow.

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