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Wed 18 Jul 2018 14:30 - 15:00 at Cairo - Session II Chair(s): Magnus Madsen

The talk will discuss the general declarative points-to analysis approach of the Doop framework and then present some recent developments. The main emphasis will be on a defensive may-point-to analysis approach, which offers soundness even in the presence of arbitrary opaque code (e.g., reflection, dynamic loading, native code). It may be surprising that this goal is even achievable, so we will emphasize the unique architecture of the analysis and of its soundness guarantee.

Research Interests: programming languages and software engineering

  • Program analysis (static analysis, test generation, invariant inference, symbolic execution)
  • Language mechanisms for abstraction (declarative languages, program generation, DSLs, modules and components, generics, extensible languages, multi-paradigm programming)
  • Languages and tools for systems (programming models for concurrency, language support for distributed computing, memory management and program locality)

Wed 18 Jul
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14:00 - 15:30: DPA - Session II at Cairo
Chair(s): Magnus MadsenAalborg University
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Neville GrechUniversity of Athens
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Yannis SmaragdakisUniversity of Athens
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Pavle SuboticUniversity College London