Why3

Why3 is a platform for deductive program verification. It provides a rich language for specification and programming, called WhyML, and relies on external theorem provers, both automated and interactive, to discharge verification conditions. Why3 comes with a standard library of logical theories (integer and real arithmetic, Boolean operations, sets and maps, etc.) and basic programming data structures (arrays, queues, hash tables, etc.). A user can write WhyML programs directly and get correct-by-construction OCaml programs through an automated extraction mechanism. WhyML is also used as an intermediate language for the verification of C, Java, or Ada programs. Why3 is a complete reimplementation of the former Why platform. Among the new features are: numerous extensions to the input language, a new architecture for calling external provers, and a well-designed API, allowing to use Why3 as a software library. An important emphasis is put on modularity and genericity, giving the end user a possibility to easily reuse Why3 formalizations or to add support for a new external prover if wanted.


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  1. Chaudhari, Dipak L.; Damani, Om: Assumption propagation through annotated programs (2017)
  2. Müller, Dennis; Gauthier, Thibault; Kaliszyk, Cezary; Kohlhase, Michael; Rabe, Florian: Classification of alignments between concepts of formal mathematical systems (2017)
  3. Sato, Ryosuke; Kobayashi, Naoki: Modular verification of higher-order functional programs (2017)
  4. Armstrong, Alasdair; Gomes, Victor B.F.; Struth, Georg: Building program construction and verification tools from algebraic principles (2016)
  5. Blanchette, Jasmin Christian; Böhme, Sascha; Popescu, Andrei; Smallbone, Nicholas: Encoding monomorphic and polymorphic types (2016)
  6. Blot, Arthur; Dagand, Pierre-Évariste; Lawall, Julia: From sets to bits in Coq (2016)
  7. Filli^atre, Jean-Christophe; Gondelman, Léon; Paskevich, Andrei: The spirit of ghost code (2016)
  8. Halmagrand, Pierre: Soundly proving B method formulæusing typed sequent calculus (2016)
  9. Müller, Peter; Schwerhoff, Malte; Summers, Alexander J.: Viper: a verification infrastructure for permission-based reasoning (2016)
  10. Totla, Nishant; Wies, Thomas: Complete instantiation-based interpolation (2016)
  11. Wiik, Jonatan; Boström, Pontus: Contract-based verification of MATLAB-style matrix programs (2016)
  12. Berghammer, Rudolf; Höfner, Peter; Stucke, Insa: Tool-based verification of a relational vertex coloring program (2015)
  13. Kirchner, Florent; Kosmatov, Nikolai; Prevosto, Virgile; Signoles, Julien; Yakobowski, Boris: Frama-C: a software analysis perspective (2015) ioport
  14. Rosén, Dan; Smallbone, Nicholas: TIP: tools for inductive provers (2015)
  15. Alkassar, Eyad; Böhme, Sascha; Mehlhorn, Kurt; Rizkallah, Christine: A framework for the verification of certifying computations (2014)
  16. Benzaken, Véronique; Contejean, Évelyne; Dumbrava, Stefania: A Coq formalization of the relational data model (2014)
  17. Betelin, V.; Galatenko, V.; Kostyukhin, K.: Controlled execution with explicit model (2014) ioport
  18. Boldo, Sylvie; Clément, François; Filli^atre, Jean-Christophe; Mayero, Micaela; Melquiond, Guillaume; Weis, Pierre: Trusting computations: a mechanized proof from partial differential equations to actual program (2014)
  19. David R. Cok: OpenJML: Software verification for Java 7 using JML, OpenJDK, and Eclipse (2014) arXiv
  20. Dockins, Robert; Tolmach, Andrew: suppl: a flexible language for policies (2014)

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Further publications can be found at: http://why3.lri.fr/#publications