Program correctness and incorrectness are two sides of the same coin. As a programmer, even if you would like to have correctness, you might find yourself spending most of your time reasoning about incorrectness. This includes informal reasoning that people do while looking at or thinking about their code, as well as that supported by automated testing and static analysis tools. This paper describes a logic for program incorrectness which is, in a sense, the the other side of the coin to Hoare’s logic of correctness.
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Martin ClochardETH Zürich, Claude MarchéInria Saclay & Université Paris-Saclay, Andrei PaskevichLRI, Université Paris-Sud & CNRSLink to publication DOI Media Attached
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Kenji MaillardInria Nantes & University of Chile, Cătălin HriţcuInria Paris, Exequiel RivasInria Paris, Antoine Van MuylderInria Paris and Paris 7Link to publication DOI Media Attached File Attached
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Peter O'HearnFacebookLink to publication DOI Media Attached