Saturn: A SAT-based tool for bug detection Saturn is a Boolean satisfiability (SAT) based framework for static bug detection. Saturn targets software written in C and is designed to support a wide range of property checkers

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  7. Xie, Yichen; Aiken, Alex: Saturn: A scalable framework for error detection using Boolean satisfiability. (2007) ioport
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