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An Executable Model of the JVM in Coq

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  • UserRobert Atkey, LFCS, Edinburgh
  • ClockFriday 18 May 2007, 14:00-15:00
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CoqJVM is an executable formalisation of the Java Virtual Machine written in the Coq proof assistant. On one hand it can be extracted from Coq as an O’Caml program and used to execute Java bytecode. On the other hand it can be used to prove the soundness of program logics for bytecode. We intend to use the model to prove the soundness of a program logic and proof checker for proof carrying code. The fact that the model can be executed helps to ensure that the formalisation faithfully models a real Java Virtual Machine.

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