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Segment logic (work in progress)

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I shall present segment logic, a logic for reasoning about programs that manipulate shared data structures. Segment logic extends separation logic by logically partitioning the heap into a finite number of shared heap segments. Its ass ertions contain a special modality for describing segments and a nominal quantifier over segmen t names. Segment logic often enables more concise descriptions of pointer aliasing patterns tha n separation logic, has a better frame rule, and yet has a simple soundness statement.

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