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Serializability is a commonly used correctness condition in concurrent programming. When a concurrent module is serializable, certain other properties of the module can be verified by considering only its sequential executions. In many cases, concurrent modules guarantee serializability by using standard locking protocols, such as tree locking or two-phase locking. Unfortunately, according to the existing literature, verifying that a concurrent module adheres to these protocols requiresdoi:10.1145/1706299.1706305 dblp:conf/popl/AttiyaRR10 fatcat:4wzxngnzh5bkddrek3he6kn2vu