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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Dynamic symbolic execution is a technique that analyses programs by gathering mathematical constraints along execution paths. To achieve bit-level precision, one must use the theory of bitvectors. However, other theories might achieve higher performance, justifying in some cases the possible loss of precision. In this paper, we explore the impact of using the theory of integers on the precision and performance of dynamic symbolic execution of C programs. In particular, we compare andoi:10.1007/978-3-030-31157-5_3 fatcat:vjtzswdbz5dqrpsuk6vmj33b44