Deductive Software Verification - The \KeY Book: From Theory to Practice (bibtex)
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Abstract:
Static analysis of software with deductive methods is a highly dynamic field of research on the verge of becoming a mainstream technology in software engineering. It consists of a large portfolio of - mostly fully automated - analyses: formal verification, test generation, security analysis, visualization, and debugging. All of them are realized in the state-of-art deductive verification framework \KeY. \newline This book is the definitive guide to \KeY that lets you explore the full potential of deductive software verification in practice. It contains the complete theory behind \KeY for active researchers who want to understand it in depth or use it in their own work. But the book also features fully self-contained chapters on the Java Modeling Language and on Using \KeY that require nothing else than familiarity with Java. All other chapters are accessible for graduate students (M.Sc. level and beyond). \newline The \KeY framework is free and open software, downloadable from the book companion website which contains also all code examples mentioned in this book.
Reference:
Deductive Software Verification - The \KeY Book: From Theory to Practice, (Wolfgang Ahrendt, Bernhard Beckert, Richard Bubel, Reiner Hähnle, Peter H. Schmitt, Mattias Ulbrich, eds.), Springer, volume 10001, 2016.
Bibtex Entry:
@book{KeYBook2016,
  editor       = {Wolfgang Ahrendt and Bernhard Beckert and Richard Bubel and
                  Reiner H{\"a}hnle and Peter H. Schmitt and Mattias Ulbrich},
  title        = {Deductive Software Verification - The {\KeY} Book: From Theory
                  to Practice},
  series       = {Lecture Notes in Computer Science},
  volume       = {10001},
  publisher    = {Springer},
  doi          = {10.1007/978-3-319-49812-6},
  year         = {2016},
  month        = dec,
  http         = {http://key-project.org/thebook2},
  abstract     = {Static analysis of software with deductive methods is a highly dynamic field
                  of research on the verge of becoming a mainstream technology in software
                  engineering. It consists of a large portfolio of - mostly fully automated -
                  analyses: formal verification, test generation, security analysis,
                  visualization, and debugging. All of them are realized in the state-of-art
                  deductive verification framework {\KeY}.
                  \newline
                  This book is the definitive guide to {\KeY} that lets you explore the full
                  potential of deductive software verification in practice. It contains the
                  complete theory behind {\KeY} for active researchers who want to understand it in
                  depth or use it in their own work. But the book also features fully
                  self-contained chapters on the Java Modeling Language and on Using {\KeY} that
                  require nothing else than familiarity with Java. All other chapters are
                  accessible for graduate students (M.Sc. level and beyond).
                  \newline
                  The {\KeY} framework is free and open software, downloadable from the book
                  companion website which contains also all code examples mentioned in this
                  book.},
  keywords =     {IMPROVE},
}
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