IKOS: A Framework for Static Analysis Based on Abstract Interpretation. The RTCA standard (DO-178C) for developing avionic software and getting certification credits includes an extension (DO-333) that describes how developers can use static analysis in certification. In this paper, we give an overview of the IKOS static analysis framework that helps developing static analyses that are both precise and scalable. IKOS harnesses the power of Abstract Interpretation and makes it accessible to a larger class of static analysis developers by separating concerns such as code parsing, model development, abstract domain management, results management, and analysis strategy. The benefits of the approach is demonstrated by a buffer overflow analysis applied to flight control systems.

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  1. Blazy, Sandrine; Bühler, David; Yakobowski, Boris: Structuring abstract interpreters through state and value abstractions (2017)
  2. Cornish, J. Robert M.; Gange, Graeme; Navas, Jorge A.; Schachte, Peter; Søndergaard, Harald; Stuckey, Peter J.: Analyzing array manipulating programs by program transformation (2015)
  3. Brat, Guillaume; Navas, Jorge A.; Shi, Nija; Venet, Arnaud: IKOS: A framework for static analysis based on abstract interpretation (2014) ioport