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Extending Abstract Acceleration Methods to Data-Flow Programs with Numerical Inputs

Abstract : Acceleration methods are commonly used for computing precisely the effects of loops in the reachability analysis of counter machine models. Applying these methods on synchronous data-flow programs with Boolean and numerical variables, e.g. Lustre programs, firstly requires the enumeration of the Boolean states in order to obtain a control graph with numerical variables only. Secondly, acceleration methods have to deal with the non-determinism introduced by numerical input variables. In this article we address the latter problem by extending the concept of abstract acceleration of Gonnord et al. to numerical input variables.
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Peter Schrammel, Bertrand Jeannet. Extending Abstract Acceleration Methods to Data-Flow Programs with Numerical Inputs. Numerical and Symbolic Abstract Domains, Sep 2010, Perpignan, France. pp.101-114, ⟨10.1016/j.entcs.2010.09.009⟩. ⟨hal-00749914⟩

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