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AutoCorres 1.0

Greenaway, David; Lim, Japheth

AutoCorres is a tool for use with the Isabelle/HOL interactive theorem prover that attempts to simplify the verification of software programs written in the C programming language. In particular, it takes the output of Michael Norrish's C-to-Isabelle parser and abstracts it into a logical representation intended to be easier to manually verify properties about. This version of AutoCorres works with the Isabelle 2014 distribution.

The following papers are based on the work in this tool:

  • Don't sweat the small stuff: Formal verification of C code without the pain
    David Greenaway, Japheth Lim, June Andronick and Gerwin Klein
    Proceedings of the 35th ACM SIGPLAN Conference on Programming Language Design and Implementation, pp. 429–439, Edinburgh, UK, June, 2014
  • Bridging the gap: Automatic verified abstraction of C
    David Greenaway, June Andronick and Gerwin Klein
    Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Interactive Theorem Proving, pp. 99-115, Princeton, New Jersey, August, 2012

AutoCorres itself is licensed under the BSD open source license, but the attached software release contains other software components under other licenses including the GPL and LGPL. License information for each component is clearly marked inside the software repository.

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