In recent times, the verification of heap-manipulating programs, and static analyses in particular, has seen substantial success, largely due to the development of ‘Separation Logics’ (SLs). SLs provide embedded support for ‘local reasoning’: reasoning about the resource(s) being modified, instead of the state of the entire system. This form of reasoning is enabled by new syntax (dedicated atomic proposition and separating connectives) and corresponding semantics. Such expressivity comes with the inherent difficulty of automating these logics. Combining this power with induction/recursion allows to concisely specify a large class of recursive data structures and programs, but further increases the computational burden.
This has led to a fruitful search for restrictions of SLs which guarantee tractabilty. At the same time, this progress hints at possible generalisations, which would benefit the field significantly through SMT-like standardisation of tools and theories.
This workshop aims at bringing together academic researchers and industrial practitioners focused on improving the state of the art of automated deduction methods for SLs. We will consider technical submissions on topics which include :
the integration of SLs with SMT,
computational complexity of problems such as satisfiability, entailment and abduction,
alternative semantics and computation models based on the notion of resource,
application of separation and resource logics to different fields, such as sociology and biology.
Robbert Krebbers (Delft University of Technology) : Relational reasoning using concurrent separation logic
Josh Berdine (Facebook) : SLEdge: Bounded Model Checking in Separation Logic
Mon 20 Jan Times are displayed in time zone: Saskatchewan, Central America change
09:00 - 10:00
|Relational reasoning using concurrent separation logic|
A: Robbert KrebbersDelft University of TechnologyMedia Attached File Attached
10:30 - 12:30
|Extending the Profile Abstraction for Complete Entailment Checking of Symbolic Heaps of Bounded Treewidth|
|Steel: scaling up memory reasoning for F*|
|The Lower Bound of Decidable Entailments in Separation Logic with Inductive Definitions|
ADSLPre-print File Attached
14:00 - 15:05
|SLEdge: Bounded Model Checking in Separation Logic|
A: Josh BerdineFacebookFile Attached
Call for Papers
The goal of this workshop is to bring together academic researchers and industrial practitioners focused on improving the state of the art of automated deduction methods for resource logics such as Separation Logic and other variants of Bunched Implications. We will consider technical submissions presenting work on the following topics (the list is not exclusive):
- the integration with SMT,
- proof search and automata-based decision procedures,
- computational complexity of logical problems such as satisfiability, entailment and abduction,
- alternative semantics and computation models based on the notion of resource,
- application of separation and resource logics to different fields, such as sociology and biology.
Because ADSL does not publish proceedings, we do not impose a submission format. Indicatively, a maximum of 20 pages in LNCS format is advisable.