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Checking very long ARM traces - An informal introduction

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We have been recently provided with a trace consisting of almost half a million events (loads, stores and barriers) by a formal methods group at ARM Sophia-Antipolis. The objective is to develop a conformance checking algorithm, which decides whether the given trace agrees with the architecture specification, scalable enough to handle traces of at least hundreds of thousands of events. In this rather informal talk, I will
  • describe the problem in more detail,
  • explain what the main challenges are, and
  • the ongoing work to tackle these challenges.

This talk is part of the REMS lunch series.

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