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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
interpretation is a powerful tool in program verification. Several commercial or industrial scale implementations of abstract interpretation have demonstrated that this approach can verify safety properties of real-world code. However, using abstract interpretation tools is not always simple. If no user-provided hints are available, the abstract interpretation engine may lose precision during widening and produce an overwhelming number of false alarms. However, manually providing these hints isdoi:10.1007/978-3-662-48899-7_41 fatcat:vmnzu7l3vnb67ny3rehh6n7ij4