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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
We report on the design of the first fully automatic, machinechecked tool suite for verification of high-level network programs. The tool suite targets programs written in NetCore, a new declarative network programming language. Our work builds on a recent effort by Guha, Reitblatt, and Foster to build a machine-verified compiler from NetCore to OpenFlow, a new protocol for software-defined networking. 132 ∃y, progInterp pg x y ∧ (predInterp Q y)=true. This Hoare triple states that there existsdoi:10.1007/978-3-319-03545-1_3 fatcat:qwo3wy6uajaxfi3i2xwkyl7hjy