Participation to STAFF 22 in Nantes

05 July 2022

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In early July, I went to Nantes to participate to the STAFF/TAP conference. It was in France and I wanted to see Software Verification in practice and the impact of propositional logic / SAT solvers in this field of research (coffee breaks were the place to ask questions!).

Once again, I pretty much liked the work of Daniela Kaufmann and Armin Biere (slides here] about fuzzing for verification tools. If fuzzing was already nice with random circuits in SAT solvers (see for instance the tool “fuzzsat” of Armin Biere), this approach allows to build structured problems for fuzzing. Fun. This fuzzing techniques may be also an amazing tool for performance assessments.

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