Wolverine: battling bugs with interpolants. Wolverine is a software verifier that checks safety properties of sequential ANSI-C and C++ programs, deploying Craig interpolation to derive program invariants. We describe the underlying approach and the architecture, and provide instructions for installation and usage.
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- Weissenbacher, Georg; Kroening, Daniel; Malik, Sharad: Wolverine: battling bugs with interpolants (competition contribution) (2012)
- Kroening, Daniel; Weissenbacher, Georg: Interpolation-based software verification with Wolverine (2011)