Abstract Interpretation

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Abstract interpretation is a computational technique to approximate truth. In other words, it is computationally-based epistemology[1]. It analyzes Soundness, Precision, and Terminability of system specifications. The founders of this methodology are Patrick and Radhia Cousot, whose seminal paper on this subject can be found here[2]. Patrick Cousot also has a short explanation on Abstract Interpretation on a web page Abstract Interpretation in a Nutshell. A more elaborate website on this subject can be found on a website [3] maintained by Patrick Cousot. A course outline is available here:[4]. A textbook[5] by Patrick Cousot is also available.


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