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====== Rich Model Toolkit COST Action Meeting, 16-17 June 2013 ====== The workshop will be held in the Corinthia Palace Hotel, De Paule Avenue, San Anton. Participants will get special room rates - more information can be found in the Local Arrangements section. ===== PROGRAM ===== The planned structure of the workshop will be filled in with more detail closer to the date. === Sunday, 16 June 2013 === | 10.00-10.30 | Christian Colombo: Verifying Web Applications: From Business Level Specifications to Automated Model-Based Testing | | 10.30-11.00 | Julian Samborski-Forlese: TBA | | 11.00-11.30 | Coffee break | | 11.30-12.00 | Tarmo Uustalu : Coinductive big-step semantics for concurrency | | 12.00-12.30 | Enric Rodriguez-Carbonell: To Encode or to Propagate? The Best Choice for Each Constraint in SAT | | 12.30-14.00 | Lunch | | 14.00-14.30 | Tayssir Touilli: Model-checking for efficient malware detection | | 14.30-15.00 | Guillermo Perez: Decidable Classes of Mean-Payoff Games with Imperfect Information | | 15.00-15.30 | Coffee break | | 15.30-16.00 | Gordon Pace: Contract Analysis | | 16.00-16.30 | Jonas Jensen: Fictional Separation Logic | | 16.30-17.30 | MC Meeting | | 19.30- | Workshop dinner | === Monday, 17 June 2013 === | 09.00-10.00 | Invited Speaker: Manuel Hermenegildo | | 10.00-10.30 | Coffee break | | 10.30-11.00 | Tewodros Beyene: Solving Existentially Quantfied Horn Clauses | | 11.00-11.30 | Boriss Selajev: Scaling dynamic logic for intermediate states | | 11.30-12.00 | Ondrej Lengal: Fully Automated Shape Analysis Based on Forest Automata | | 12.00-12.30 | Alejandro Sanchez: Invariant Generation for Parametrized Systems using Self-Reflection | | 12.30-14.00 | Lunch | | 14.00-15.00 | Invited speaker: John Gallagher | | 15.00-15.30 | Coffee break | | 15:30-16:00 | Siirtola Antti: Object-Oriented Programs as Parameterised Systems | | 16.00-16.30 | Filip Konecni: Underapproximation of Procedure Summaries for Integer Programs | | 16:30-17:00 | Discussion Session: Cross-fertilization between LogicP and CLP with HornClauseVerification | ===== General Information ===== Meeting is organized by **Gordon Pace** and **Cesar Sanchez**. This workshop serves as the meeting of the Rich Model Toolkit COST Action IC0901. Information about the Action: The meeting continues a series of meetings held in Brussels, Belgrade, Edinburgh, Lugano, Saarbruecken, Dagstuhl, Turin, Tallinn, Trento, Manchester, Haifa and Rome held in the period 2009-2013. ===== Local Arrangements ===== **Accommodation** The workshop will be held at the Corinthia Palace Hotel (5*), De Paule Avenue, San Anton, with which special accommodation rates have been arranged for participants. The hotel is poised midway between Malta’s capital Valletta, and the so-called ‘silent’ city of Mdina, and across the road from the 17th century San Anton Presidential Palace. The Corinthia Palace Hotel & Spa was originally built in the 19th century as a luxury private villa, the grand design and immaculately-landscaped gardens have inspired guests from around the world. Deluxe garden-view room on bed & breakfast basis is at 90 euros per night (for sole use). Second person supplement is 20 euros per night. Participants are requested to email Lorraine Dunnett ([[]]) and Alex Cardona ([[]]) for bookings. You are encouraged to book till 1st May, until when the hotel will be blocking a number of rooms - after this date it will be on a first come first served basis. **Workshop Dinner** A workshop dinner will be held at Palazzo de Piro at 36 euros (including transport) on Sunday 16th June. Palazzo de Piro is a 17th Century Palazzo nestled in the bastion walls of the medieval city of Mdina, Malta’s Silent City. The existing structure was originally three separate houses, the oldest parts of which date back to the second half of the 16th century. The emblem on the main entrance hall indicates they were built by Malta’s most famous architect Girolamo Cassar. **Local Organisation Matters** If you have any questions regarding logistics you can email directly Ms Lucienne Bugeja ([[]]). ===== KEYNOTES ===== We are pleased to confirm keynotes from: * **[[|John Gallagher]]** (Roskilde University, DK and IMDEA Software, Spain) * **[[|Manuel Hermenegildo]]** (IMDEA Software, Spain) ===== Scope of the Event ===== Researchers have developed a number of useful tools for automated analysis of particular classes of models of computer systems: * software vendors are using static analyses supported by automated theorem provers and constraint solvers to prevent software crashes; * hardware manufacturers are using SAT solvers,model checkers, and theorem provers to identify and correct errors that could have enormous financial consequences; * description logic reasoners analyze relationships between tens of thousands of terms in medical ontologies and verify their consistency; * aircraft manufacturers and space agencies are using analysis tools based on abstract interpretation to eliminate errors in aircraft control software. Despite these successes, today’s automated analysis methods are not widespread in engineering practice. Among the factors contributing to this state of affairs are the limitations of the tools themselves: insufficient automation, specialized input formats, and no support for high-level synthesis. Another factor is the lack of standards of quality that would easy tool interoperability and give formally certified computer system a competitive advantage over systems without formal assurance guarantees. ===== Example topics of interest ===== * **Standardization of expressive languages.** Formats to represent systems, formulas, proofs, counterexamples. Translation between specification languages. Benchmarks and competitions for automated reasoning, verification, analysis, synthesis. * **Decision procedures:** Decision procedures for new classes of constraints. SAT and SMT implementation and certification. Encoding synthesis and analysis problems into SMT. Description logics and scalable reasoning about knowledge bases. * **Transition system analysis:** Abstraction-based approaches and refinement for verification of infinite-state systems. Constraint-based program analysis. Data-flow analysis for complex domains. Extracting transition systems from programming languages and bytecodes. * **High-level synthesis:** New algorithms for synthesis from high-level specifications. Extending decision procedures to perform synthesis tasks. Connections between invariant generation and code synthesis.