Making Abstract Domains Condensing

... program for a fixed query with a given initial description. On the other hand, a goal-independent analyzer computes information on a program P for all the possible initial queries for P , and then this whole abstract semantics allows to derive the information of the analysis for a particular query. ...

... program for a fixed query with a given initial description. On the other hand, a goal-independent analyzer computes information on a program P for all the possible initial queries for P , and then this whole abstract semantics allows to derive the information of the analysis for a particular query. ...

Reading

... DEFINITION 3.1: An abstraction principle AE is satisfiable if and only if there is a cardinal κ such that AE is κ-satisfiable. AE is unsatisfiable otherwise. SAT = the set of satisfiable abstraction principles. DEFINITION 3.2: An abstraction principle AE is Field conservative iff, for any theory T a ...

... DEFINITION 3.1: An abstraction principle AE is satisfiable if and only if there is a cardinal κ such that AE is κ-satisfiable. AE is unsatisfiable otherwise. SAT = the set of satisfiable abstraction principles. DEFINITION 3.2: An abstraction principle AE is Field conservative iff, for any theory T a ...

High Level Verification of Control Intensive Systems

... model. We deal with this problem by retaining important control variables in the abstract model. By this method we avoid having to introduce an unreasonable number of predicates to simulate the behavior of the control variables. We also show how to improve predicate abstraction by extracting useful ...

... model. We deal with this problem by retaining important control variables in the abstract model. By this method we avoid having to introduce an unreasonable number of predicates to simulate the behavior of the control variables. We also show how to improve predicate abstraction by extracting useful ...

Memory, Concepts, and Mental Representations

... “The missionary shot the painter” “The painter got shot by the missionary” “The painter shot the missionary” “The missionary got shot by the painter” ...

... “The missionary shot the painter” “The painter got shot by the missionary” “The painter shot the missionary” “The missionary got shot by the painter” ...

abstract constructs

... Again, all sciences have this as their goal; introspectionism had it as a goal as well, but couldn’t come up with good irreducible concepts. Behaviorism had good candidates: free operant and the conditioned response. ...

... Again, all sciences have this as their goal; introspectionism had it as a goal as well, but couldn’t come up with good irreducible concepts. Behaviorism had good candidates: free operant and the conditioned response. ...