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RGSep action inference

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I shall present action inference, an automatic thread-modular procedure for verifying concurrent heap-manipulating programs.  Action inference computes a set of RGSep actions, which over-approximate the interference that each thread causes to its concurrent environment.

Using action inference,  I was able to verify safety, liveness, and functional correctness properties of a collection of practical concurrent algorithms.

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