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Mirage is a a high-performance operating system that compiles functional code written in OCaml directly into microkernels that run as close to the bare metal system as possible. Simplicity is a prime goal, and in this talk I will give a brief overview and describe the architecture of the runtime, from memory model to concurrency to I/O. The intention is to explore the scope for integrating verification techniques, at both the language level and runtime level. More information on the project is available at

This talk is part of the Computer Laboratory Automated Reasoning Group Lunches series.

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