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* Bernhard Steffen. [[Abstracts FLoC 2010#Bernhard Steffen. From the How to the What: Static Analysis via Model Checking. See slides here.| From the How to the What: Static Analysis via Model Checking.]]
 
* Bernhard Steffen. [[Abstracts FLoC 2010#Bernhard Steffen. From the How to the What: Static Analysis via Model Checking. See slides here.| From the How to the What: Static Analysis via Model Checking.]]
* Flemming Nielson. [[Abstracts FLoC 2010#Flemming Nielson. Model Checking is Static Analysis of Modal Logic.|Model Checking is Static Analysis of Modal Logic.]]
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* Flemming Nielson. [[Abstracts FLoC 2010#Flemming Nielson. Model Checking is Static Analysis of Modal Logic. See slides here.|Model Checking is Static Analysis of Modal Logic.]]
   
 
Friday 10.00-10.30
 
Friday 10.00-10.30
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Friday 10.30-12.30
 
Friday 10.30-12.30
   
* Marta Kwiatkowska. [[Abstracts FLoC 2010#Marta Kwiatkowska. Quantitative Abstraction Refinement.|Quantitative Abstraction Refinement.]]
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* Marta Kwiatkowska. [[Abstracts FLoC 2010#Marta Kwiatkowska. Quantitative Abstraction Refinement. See slides here.|Quantitative Abstraction Refinement.]]
* Joost-Pieter Katoen. [[Abstracts FLoC 2010#Joost-Pieter Katoen. Invariant Generation for Probabilistic Programs.|Invariant Generation for Probabilistic Programs.]]
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* Joost-Pieter Katoen. [[Abstracts FLoC 2010#Joost-Pieter Katoen. Invariant Generation for Probabilistic Programs. See slides here.|Invariant Generation for Probabilistic Programs.]]
* Marsha Chechik and Arie Gurfinkel. [[Abstracts FLoC 2010#Marsha Chechik and Arie Gurfinkel. Partial Models and Software Model-Checking.|Partial Models and Software Model-Checking.]]
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* Marsha Chechik and Arie Gurfinkel. [[Abstracts FLoC 2010#Marsha Chechik and Arie Gurfinkel. Partial Models and Software Model-Checking. See slides here.|Partial Models and Software Model-Checking.]]
 
* Orna Grumberg. [[Abstracts FLoC 2010#Orna Grumberg. The 2-valued and the 3-Valued Abstraction-Refinement Frameworks in Model Checking.|The 2-valued and the 3-Valued Abstraction-Refinement Frameworks in Model Checking.]]
 
* Orna Grumberg. [[Abstracts FLoC 2010#Orna Grumberg. The 2-valued and the 3-Valued Abstraction-Refinement Frameworks in Model Checking.|The 2-valued and the 3-Valued Abstraction-Refinement Frameworks in Model Checking.]]
   
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* David Monniaux. [[Abstracts FLoC 2010#David Monniaux. Policy iteration for static analysis.|Policy iteration for static analysis.]]
 
* David Monniaux. [[Abstracts FLoC 2010#David Monniaux. Policy iteration for static analysis.|Policy iteration for static analysis.]]
* Michael Huth. [[Abstracts FLoC 2010#Michael Huth. From validating quantitative models to generating valid ones.|From validating quantitative models to generating valid ones.]]
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* Michael Huth. [[Abstracts FLoC 2010#Michael Huth. From validating quantitative models to generating valid ones. See slides here.|From validating quantitative models to generating valid ones.]]
   
 
Friday 15.00-15.30
 
Friday 15.00-15.30

Revision as of 12:27, 20 July 2010

The second annual meeting of the MLQA working group took place on Friday July 9'th 2010 as part of FLoC 2010 in Edinburgh (Scotland). The theme of the meeting was:

  • Static Analysis versus Model Checking: similarities, differences, synergies

The event consisted of a number of invited talks, a poster session and a business meeting. The purpose of invited talks was to cover some of the historical developments, survey the links established, establish state-of-the-art, identify the problems still worth pursuing and give a perspective on the implications and (novel) applications that can be foreseen. At the poster session mainly the recent research of the participants and the work in progress was being presented. The long-lasting aim of the meeting was to lay the foundations for future research collaborations on challenging research problems.


See Handout of the meeting. See Poster Session at MLQA 2010.

Programme for Friday, July 9'th 2010

(You can see the abstracts and slides of the talks by clicking on the talk titles).

Friday 9.00-10.00

Friday 10.00-10.30

  • Coffee & Poster Session

Friday 10.30-12.30

Friday 12.30-14.00

  • Lunch

Friday 14.00-15.00

Friday 15.00-15.30

  • Coffee & Poster Session

Friday 15.30-17.00

  • MLQA Business Meeting (open to all attendees) about the future of MLQA and future research collaborations