Monthly Archives: September 2016

GIAN 2016 – Managing Complexity, Security, and Safety of Large Software

Abstract:¬†Software malfunctions can have catastrophic consequences and enormous costs. The error-prone and laborious manual practices of developing and maintaining large software must change to cope with ever increasing complexity of software, and the enormous safety and security challenges it poses. Formal verification is not a practical alternative for large software; it is riddled with problems […]

Categories: Short Courses

ASE 2016 – Learn to Build Automated Software Analysis Tools with Graph Paradigm and Interactive Visual Framework

Abstract: Software analysis has become complex enough to be intimidating to new students and professionals. It can be difficult to know where to start with over three decades of staggering research in data and control flow analyses and a plethora of analysis frameworks to choose from, ranging in maturity, support, and usability. While textbooks, surveys […]

Categories: Tutorials