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'Local Rely-Guarantee Reasoning', Xinyu Feng

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Local Rely-Guarantee (LRG) is the latest in a series of attempts to marry the local reasoning abilities of Separation Logic with the interference-handling capability of the Rely-Guarantee method. In LRG , not only are the pre- and postconditions local, but so are the rely and guarantee conditions. This gives much better modularity than ordinary Rely-Guarantee reasoning can achieve.

In the talk, I’ll present the background on Rely-Guarantee, and then present LRG . I’m hoping to make it quite a bit simpler than the presentation in the POPL paper.

This talk is part of the Program verification reading group. series.

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