Automatic Termination Analysis for Functional and Imperative Programs
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SeriesDissertations in Artificial Intelligence-Infix, 207
The Physical Object
Number of Pages244
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL12317395M
ISBN 101586031139
ISBN 109781586031138

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We present a method for automatically determining the input data for which functional programs terminate. In particular, we consider functional programs which do not terminate for each input thus defining partial functions. To characterize the domains of such partial functions, termination predicates have been introduced recently. Termination Cited by: 7. PDF | We present an automated approach to verifying termination of higher-order functional programs. Our approach adopts the idea from the recent work | Find, read and cite all the research you. Part of the Applied Logic Series book series (APLS, volume 19) Abstract. Proving the termination of algorithms is one of the challenges in program verification. Automatic Termination Analysis for Functional and Imperative Programs. Doctoral Dissertation TU Darmstadt, Infix, St. Augustin, Germany. J., Walther, C., and Brauburger, J Cited by: 3. Size-change termination analysis utilizes this principle in order to solve the universal halting problem for a certain class of programs. When applied to general programs, the principle is intended to be used conservatively, which means that if the analysis determines that a program is terminating, the answer is sound, but a negative answer.

Automatic Termination Verification for Higher-Order Functional Programs (Besides them, Xi [35] has proposed termination analysis based on dependent types, but his technique is not fully automated in the sense that users order imperative programs [26,4,5]. The technique iteratively reduces the termination. and extend it to deal with higher-order functional programs. The transition-invariant-based approach has emerged as a powerful technique for verifying termination of first-order imperative programs [28,4,5]. The technique iteratively reduces the termination verification problem to the problem of checking the binary reachability of program. Imperative Programming In contrast to functional programming, in which you calculate a value by applying a function to its arguments without caring how the operations are carried out, imperative programming is closer to the machine representation, as it introduces memory state which the execution of the program’s actions will modify. We present a new model, based on monads, for performing input/output in a non-strict, purely functional language. It is composable, extensible, efficient, requires no extensions to the type system, and extends smoothly to incorporate mixed-language working and in-place array by:

Overview. This course applies lessons that have been learnt in Functional Programming to the design of programs written in an imperative style. By studying a sequence of programming examples, each a useful software tool in its own right, students learn to construct programs in a systematic way, structuring them as a collection of modules with well-defined interfaces. As an extension of our previous work on imperative program verification, we present a formalism for handling the total correctness of While loops in imperative programs, consisting in functional based definitions of the verification conditions for both partial correctness and for termination.A specific feature of our approach is the generation of verification conditions as first order formulae. return to sitting across the room and reading a book. o Session Duration: 5 minutes o All other behaviors exhibited than that outlined for each session should be ignored. o Termination Criteria: If Student engages in 5 events of self-injury per session, the session should be discontinued. Play (Control). A Termination Checker for Isabelle Hoare Logic Termination Properties Before we explain the termination properties, it is helpful to have a brief review of the transition system that is usually used as an abstraction of programming languages. For more information, we refer readers to the book .