Copenhagen Programming Language Seminar
In size-change termination analysis, our goal is to decide whether the program has the size-change termination property: Infinite computation is impossible, because every infinite transition sequence would force infinite descent in some values.
The $\delta$SCT problem is to make this decision when the information about size-changes in the program is given as inequalities of the form $y \leq x+\delta$, with some integer delta. The problem is a generalization of the SCT problem described in POPL 2001 by Lee, Jones and Ben-Amram, where only $y \leq x$ and $y < x$ were allowed.
This talk describes recent results for this problem:
Experience with SCT has shown us that this special case is important practically, besides the theoretical interest.
Neil Jones. Administrative host:
Camilla Jensen. All are welcome.
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