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

Winter School on Verification

The Austrian Society for Rigorous Systems Engineering (ARiSE) and the Vienna Center for Logic and Algorithms (VCLA) are organizing a joint winter school on verification at Vienna University of Technology from 6-10 February 2012. Apart from ARiSE/VCLA students, the school will be open to outside students. Details are available from the VCLA website.

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CfP: Workshop on Exploiting Concurrency Efficiently and Correctly (EC^2 2010)

The annual Workshop on Exploiting Concurrency Efficiently and Correctly (EC2) is a forum that brings together researchers working on formal methods for concurrency, and those working on advanced parallel applications. Its goal is to stimulate incubation of ideas leading to future concurrent system design an verification tools that are essential in the multi-core era.

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