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Verified Software Toolchains: Foundational verification of C programs using VST

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VSO2 - Verified software

The Verified Software Toolchain (VST) is a verification tool in Coq for establishing functional correctness of C programs with respect to specifications expressed in a higher-order concurrent separation logic, and with a mechanized soundness proof that connects to the operational semantics of CompCert Clight.  The presentation will survey existing and ongoing applications of VST to code bases from a range of domains, paying particular attention to its ability to the bridge abstraction gap between program verification model-level reasoning.  

This talk is part of the Isaac Newton Institute Seminar Series series.

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