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Sound Haskell

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Program errors are hard to detect and are costly both to programmers who spend significant efforts in debugging, and to systems that are guarded by runtime checks. Static verification techniques have been applied to imperative and object-oriented languages, like Java and C#, but few have been applied to a higher-order lazy functional language, like Haskell. In this talk, I will describe a sound and automatic static verification tool for Haskell, that is based on contracts and symbolic execution. Our approach gives precise blame assignments at compile-time in the presence of higher-order functions and laziness.

This talk is part of the Computer Laboratory Programming Research Group Seminar series.

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