CBMC

CBMC is a Bounded Model Checker for ANSI-C and C++ programs. It also supports SystemC using Scoot. It allows verifying array bounds (buffer overflows), pointer safety, ex­cep­tions and user-specified as­ser­tions. Furthermore, it can check ANSI-C and C++ for consistency with other languages, such as Verilog. The verification is performed by unwinding the loops in the program and passing the re­sul­ting equation to a decision procedure. While CBMC is aimed for embedded software, it also supports dynamic memory allocation using malloc and new. For questions about CBMC, contact Daniel Kroening.


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  1. Bhattacharyya, Arnab; Gupta, Ashutosh; Kuppusamy, Lakshmanan; Mani, Somya; Shukla, Ankit; Srivas, Mandayam; Thattai, Mukund: A formal methods approach to predicting new features of the eukaryotic vesicle traffic system (2021)
  2. Cook, Byron; Khazem, Kareem; Kroening, Daniel; Tasiran, Serdar; Tautschnig, Michael; Tuttle, Mark R.: Model checking boot code from AWS data centers (2021)
  3. Hajdu, Márton; Hozzová, Petra; Kovács, Laura; Schoisswohl, Johannes; Voronkov, Andrei: Inductive benchmarks for automated reasoning (2021)
  4. Heldmann, Tim; Schneider, Thomas; Tkachenko, Oleksandr; Weinert, Christian; Yalame, Hossein: LLVM-based circuit compilation for practical secure computation (2021)
  5. Manthey, Norbert: The \textscMergeSatsolver (2021)
  6. Ponzio, Pablo; Godio, Ariel; Rosner, Nicolás; Arroyo, Marcelo; Aguirre, Nazareno; Frias, Marcelo F.: Efficient bounded model checking of heap-manipulating programs using tight field bounds (2021)
  7. Abate, Alessandro; Bessa, Iury; Cordeiro, Lucas; David, Cristina; Kesseli, Pascal; Kroening, Daniel; Polgreen, Elizabeth: Automated formal synthesis of provably safe digital controllers for continuous plants (2020)
  8. Semenov, Alexander; Otpuschennikov, Ilya; Gribanova, Irina; Zaikin, Oleg; Kochemazov, Stepan: Translation of algorithmic descriptions of discrete functions to SAT with applications to cryptanalysis problems (2020)
  9. Tellez, Gadi; Brotherston, James: Automatically verifying temporal properties of pointer programs with cyclic proof (2020)
  10. Wang, Meng; Tian, Cong; Zhang, Nan; Duan, Zhenhua; Yao, Chenguang: Translating Xd-C programs to MSVL programs (2020)
  11. Bouajjani, Ahmed; Enea, Constantin; Lahiri, Shuvendu K.: Abstract semantic diffing of evolving concurrent programs (2019)
  12. Wang, Meng; Tian, Cong; Zhang, Nan; Duan, Zhenhua; Du, Hongwei: Verifying a scheduling protocol of safety-critical systems (2019)
  13. Beyer, Dirk; Dangl, Matthias; Wendler, Philipp: A unifying view on SMT-based software verification (2018)
  14. Beyer, Dirk; Gulwani, Sumit; Schmidt, David A.: Combining model checking and data-flow analysis (2018)
  15. Biere, Armin; Kröning, Daniel: SAT-based model checking (2018)
  16. Cao, Qinxiang; Beringer, Lennart; Gruetter, Samuel; Dodds, Josiah; Appel, Andrew W.: VST-Floyd: a separation logic tool to verify correctness of C programs (2018)
  17. Chaves, Lennon; Bessa, Iury; Cordeiro, Lucas; Kroening, Daniel: DSValidator: an automated counterexample reproducibility tool for digital systems (2018)
  18. Duck, Gregory J.; Jaffar, Joxan; Yap, Roland H. C.: Shape neutral analysis of graph-based data-structures (2018)
  19. Guthmuller, Marion; Corona, Gabriel; Quinson, Martin: System-level state equality detection for the formal dynamic verification of legacy distributed applications (2018)
  20. Kurshan, Robert P.: Transfer of model checking to industrial practice (2018)

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