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Unbounded Lazy-CSeq: A Lazy Sequentialization Tool for C with unboundedly many Context Switches: (Competition Contribution)

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We describe a new CSeq module for the verification of multi-threaded
C programs with dynamic thread creation. This module implements a variation
of the lazy sequentialization algorithm implemented in Lazy-CSeq. The main
novelty is that we do not bound here the number of round-robin schedules in an
execution and the loops that do not contain a thread creation statement are not
unwound (and thus unboundedly many iterations can be considered). As in Lazy-
CSeq the number of thread creations per run is bounded as well as the depth of
recursive calls. For the experiments we use CPAChecker as backend

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Nguyen, Truc, Inverso, Omar, Tomasco, Ermenegildo, La Torre, Salvatore, Fischer, Bernd and Parlato, Gennaro (2015) Unbounded Lazy-CSeq: A Lazy Sequentialization Tool for C with unboundedly many Context Switches: (Competition Contribution) University of Southampton

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Published date: October 2015
Organisations: Electronic & Software Systems

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Local EPrints ID: 387011
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/387011
PURE UUID: 273bbd75-b37c-4cd6-b513-747bf5a64406

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Date deposited: 05 Feb 2016 16:35
Last modified: 17 Jul 2017 19:45

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Author: Truc Nguyen
Author: Omar Inverso
Author: Ermenegildo Tomasco
Author: Salvatore La Torre
Author: Bernd Fischer
Author: Gennaro Parlato

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