jMoped: A Java bytecode checker based on Moped. We present a tool for finding errors in Java programs that translates Java bytecodes into symbolic pushdown systems, which are then checked by the Moped tool.
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- Alur, Rajeev; Bouajjani, Ahmed; Esparza, Javier: Model checking procedural programs (2018)
- Chatterjee, Krishnendu; Kragl, Bernhard; Mishra, Samarth; Pavlogiannis, Andreas: Faster algorithms for weighted recursive state machines (2017)
- Lang, Martin; Löding, Christof: Modeling and verification of infinite systems with resources (2013)
- Esparza, Javier; Kiefer, Stefan; Schwoon, Stefan: Abstraction refinement with Craig interpolation and symbolic pushdown systems (2009)
- Kühnrich, Morten; Schwoon, Stefan; Srba, Jiří; Kiefer, Stefan: Interprocedural dataflow analysis over weight domains with infinite descending chains (2009)
- Lal, Akash; Reps, Thomas: Reducing concurrent analysis under a context bound to sequential analysis (2009)
- Suwimonteerabuth, Dejvuth; Berger, Felix; Schwoon, Stefan; Esparza, Javier: jMoped: A test environment for Java programs (2007) ioport
- Bouajjani, Ahmed; Esparza, Javier: Rewriting models of Boolean programs (2006)
- Suwimonteerabuth, Dejvuth; Schwoon, Stefan; Esparza, Javier: jMoped: A Java bytecode checker based on Moped (2005)
- Esparza, Javier: An algebraic approach to the static analysis of concurrent software (2002)