Analysis of Source Code Using UPPAAL

Mitja Kulczynski
(Kiel University)
Axel Legay
(University of Louvain)
Dirk Nowotka
(Kiel University)
Danny Bøgsted Poulsen
(Aalborg University)

In recent years there has been a considerable effort in optimising formal methods for application to code. This has been driven by tools such as CPAChecker, DIVINE, and CBMC. At the same time tools such as Uppaal have been massively expanding the realm of more traditional model checking technologies to include strategy synthesis algorithms - an aspect becoming more and more needed as software becomes increasingly parallel. Instead of reimplementing the advances made by Uppaal in this area, we suggest in this paper to develop a bridge between the source code and the engine of Uppaal. Our approach uses the widespread intermediate language LLVM and makes recent advances of the Uppaal ecosystem readily available to analysis of source code.

In José Proença and Andrei Paskevich: Proceedings of the 6th Workshop on Formal Integrated Development Environment (F-IDE 2021), Held online, 24-25th May 2021, Electronic Proceedings in Theoretical Computer Science 338, pp. 31–38.
Published: 6th August 2021.

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