Copenhagen Programming Language Seminar
Static analyses calculate abstract states, and their logics validate properties of the abstract states. We place into perspective the variety of forwards, backwards, functional, and logical completeness used in abstract-interpretation-based static analysis by giving examples and by proving equivalences, implications, and independences. We expose two fundamental Galois connections that underlie the logics for static analyses and reveal a new completeness variant, O-completeness. We also show that the key concept underlying logical completeness is covering, which we use to relate the various forms of completeness.
Andrzej Filinski. Administrative host:
Camilla Torp-smith. All are welcome.
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