Model Checking Software: 16th International SPIN Workshop, Grenoble, France, June 26-28, 2009, Proceedings by Corina S PasareanuModel Checking Software: 16th International SPIN Workshop, Grenoble, France, June 26-28, 2009, Proceedings by Corina S Pasareanu

Model Checking Software: 16th International SPIN Workshop, Grenoble, France, June 26-28, 2009…

byCorina S Pasareanu

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This volume contains the proceedings of the 16th International SPIN Workshop on Model Checking of Software (SPIN 2009), that was held at the Grenoble World Trade Center, in Grenoble, France, June 26-28, 2009. The workshop was co-located with the 21st International Conference on Computer-Aided Veri?- tion (CAV 2009). The SPIN workshopis a forum for practitioners and researchersinterested in themodelchecking-basedanalysisofsoftwaresystems.Thefocusoftheworkshop is on theoretical advances and empirical evaluations related to state-space and path exploration techniques, as implemented in the SPIN model checker and other software veri?cation tools. The workshop aims to encourage interactions and exchanges of ideas with all related areasin software engineering. SPIN 2009 was the 16th event in the workshop series, which started in 1995. This year,wereceived41 submissions (34technical papersand 7 toolpapers) out of which 18 papers were accepted (15 technical papers and 3 tool papers). Each submission was reviewed by three Program Committee members. In addition to the refereed papers, the workshop featured four invited talks given by Patrice Godefroid, from Microsoft Research, USA, on "Software Model CheckingImprovingSecurityofaBillionComputers,"MartaKwiatkowska,from Oxford University, UK, "On Quantitative Software Veri?cation," Joseph Sifakis (recipient of the Turing Award 2007), from VERIMAG, France, on "The Quest for Correctness - Beyond a posteriori Veri?cation," and Willem Visser, from the University of Stellenbosch, South Africa, on "Who Really Cares if the Program Crashes?" We would like to thank the authors of submitted papers, the invited spe- ers, the Program Committee members, the external reviewers, and the Steering
Title:Model Checking Software: 16th International SPIN Workshop, Grenoble, France, June 26-28, 2009…Format:PaperbackDimensions:297 pages, 23.5 × 15.5 × 0.02 inPublished:June 19, 2009Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:3642026516

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Table of Contents

Invited Contributions.- Software Model Checking Improving Security of a Billion Computers.- On Quantitative Software Verification.- The Quest for Correctness-Beyond a Posteriori Verification.- Who Really Cares If the Program Crashes?.- Regular Papers.- Tool Presentation: Teaching Concurrency and Model Checking.- Fast, All-Purpose State Storage.- Efficient Probabilistic Model Checking on General Purpose Graphics Processors.- Improving Non-Progress Cycle Checks.- Reduction of Verification Conditions for Concurrent System Using Mutually Atomic Transactions.- Probabilistic Reachability for Parametric Markov Models.- Extrapolation-Based Path Invariants for Abstraction Refinement of Fifo Systems.- A Decision Procedure for Detecting Atomicity Violations for Communicating Processes with Locks.- Eclipse Plug-In for Spin and st2msc Tools-Tool Presentation.- Symbolic Analysis via Semantic Reinterpretation.- EMMA: Explicit Model Checking Manager (Tool Presentation).- Efficient Testing of Concurrent Programs with Abstraction-Guided Symbolic Execution.- Subsumer-First: Steering Symbolic Reachability Analysis.- Identifying Modeling Errors in Signatures by Model Checking.- Towards Verifying Correctness of Wireless Sensor Network Applications Using Insense and Spin.- Verification of GALS Systems by Combining Synchronous Languages and Process Calculi.- Experience with Model Checking Linearizability.- Automatic Discovery of Transition Symmetry in Multithreaded Programs Using Dynamic Analysis.