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JavaBIP meets VerCors: Towards the Safety of Concurrent Software Systems in Java

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We present "Verified JavaBIP", a tool set for the verification of JavaBIP models. A JavaBIP model is a Java program where classes are considered as components, their behaviour described by finite state machine and synchronization annotations. While JavaBIP guarantees execution progresses according to the indicated state machine, it does not guarantee properties of the data exchanged between components. It also does not provide verification support to check whether the behaviour of the resulting concurrent program is as (safe as) expected. This paper addresses this by extending the JavaBIP engine with run-time verification support, and by extending the program verifier VerCors to verify JavaBIP models deductively. These two techniques complement each other: feedback from run-time verification allows quicker prototyping of contracts, and deductive verification can reduce the overhead of run-time verification. We demonstrate our approach on the "Solidity Casino" case study, known from the VerifyThis Collaborative Long Term Challenge.
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hal-03911393 , version 1 (22-12-2022)

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Simon Bliudze, Petra van den Bos, Marieke Huisman, Robert Rubbens, Larisa Safina. JavaBIP meets VerCors: Towards the Safety of Concurrent Software Systems in Java. FASE 2023 - 26th International Conference on Fundamental Approaches to Software Engineering, Apr 2023, Paris, France. pp.143-150, ⟨10.1007/978-3-031-30826-0_8⟩. ⟨hal-03911393⟩
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